Email Alerts: Keeping Up With Your Field

Current awareness tools and strategies to stay on top of new publications

About Current Awareness Tools

Current awareness tools allow you to set up automatic email notifications of new publications of interest to you. Each database or journal publisher has slightly different procedures and names for current awareness alerts including: "toc alerts," "preferred searches," "my searches," saved searches," "email alerts," and even "my account."

There are two main kinds of alert services:

Search Alerts

Search alerts allow you to specify keywords or subjects in fields of interest to you. When a new record is added to the database that matches your search criteria, then the database will send an email notification to you about the new publications in your area of interest.

Journal or Table of Contents Alerts

Many electronic resources also feature table of content or journal issue alerts. These allow you to set up automatic email notifications of new issues for specific journals.

Search and journal alerts help you to stay informed of new research in your area. Even though search alerts are fairly straightforward to set up, the steps to create your alert can vary in each database or e-journal interface. This guide provides step-by-step instructions for some of our most popular services. 

American Chemical Society Journals

American Chemical Society Journals

ASAP Alerts

  1. ASAP Alerts provide daily or weekly e-mail alerts of when individual articles are published to the Web (Articles ASAP).
  2. Login or register an account with ACS.
  3. Run a search of the desired topic.
  4. At the bottom of the Search Filters panel, is a “Save this Search” box. Type in the desired name of the save, then hit the Save button. Select the frequency of email updates, then click Finalize.
  5. If you wish to adjust the frequency, or delete the saved search later, it can be accessed in the “Saved Searches” through your profile.


 

Table of Contents Alerts

Table of Contents Alerts provide e-mail alerts of the Table of Contents (TOC) for specific issues on the day the complete issue is posted on the Web, enabling you to scan the issue's entire contents at once.

  1. Login or register an account with ACS
  2. Go to your profile and select the “Email Alerts” tab
  3. Check the boxes next to the publications that you wish to receive TOC notifications from.
  4. At the bottom of the list, you can select the frequency of notification emails, as well as the formatting on the email.
  5. Citation Alerts can also be set up from this panel, if desired.

Annual Reviews

Annual Reviews     

Profile / Alerts  

  1. First-time users must register by clicking the Register button.
  2. Complete the registration form.
  3. Once registration is complete, you will be taken to the Profile page. Choose the tab at the left of the page for "Alerts."
  4. Click the checkbox next the journals you wish to receive table of contents alerts for.
  5. Choose your email format and then press submit.
  6. You can always update your alerts by returning to the Profile Tab.

 

You can also track topics and citations in Annual Reviews.

Topic Alert

To set up a topic alert:

  1. While you are logged in to your profile, search for your terms
  2. On the search results page, look for the Save search option to the right of the screen, below the “Refine your Search” box.
  3. Give your saved search a name, choose an alert option (daily, weekly, monthly) and click Save.
  4. You will receive an email notification when new articles matching your search criteria are added to the database.

Citation Alert

  1. To set up a citation alert:
  2. While you are logged in to your profile, search or browse for articles of interest to you.
  3. View the full Abstract of an article you wish to track.
  4. Find the “Citation:” line.
  5. Click on the “Email Notification” hyperlink. The article is now added to your Citation Alerts tab.
  6. Citation Alerts can be modified by going to your profile, selecting “Alerts” and clicking on the “Citation Alerts” tab.

ASCE

ASCE

E-mail Alerting  

  1. Register or Login to your ASCE account
  2. Click on the “My Profile” link on the top left of the page.
  3. Click on the “Alerts” tab.
  4. Select the journals you wish to receive table of contents alerts for, and the frequency the updates will be sent.
  5. Choose either plain text or HTML format for your email and click "Subscribe."
  6. You can modify and/or cancel your journal subscriptions from the “Alerts” tab at any time.

ASME

ASME

E-Mail Alerts      

  1. Navigate to the ASME email alerts page and enter your email address.
  2. Select the journals you wish to receive table of contents alerts for.
  3. Choose either plain text or HTML format for your email and click "Subscribe."
  4. You will receive a confirmation email and code; follow the email instructions to activate or discontinue your alerts.

BioOne

BioOne          

TOC Alerts           

  1. Click the Login upper right of page to create a personal account. If you do not have an account, click the Register Now button, and create an account.
  2. Once you have logged in to your profile, Click on the "My Alerts” tab.
  3. Select the journal(s) you wish to be notified about.
  4. Click Submit at the bottom of the page
  5. The next time a new issue of your selected journal(s) are added to the database, you will receive an email alert.
  6. You can always return to your profile to unsubscribe or modify your choices.

Chicago Manual of Style

Chicago Manual of Style

Q & A Alerts       

The Q & A section of the Chicago Manual site allows you to receive free monthly updates of questions and answers on Chicago style.

  1. Click on the “Chicago Style Q&A” link at the top of the page.
  2. Click the “Sign up for Q&A Alerts” link.
  3. Fill out the form, and click submit
  4. If at anytime you wish to unsubscribe from the Q&A Alerts, there’s a link at the bottom of every email to Unsubscribe.

Cambridge Journals Online

Cambridge Journals Online

New users will need to click the "Register Now" link to create an account on the system.

Once you have logged in, you may choose the alert type from the left navigation menu under "My Cambridge Journals."

 

For Table of Contents / Issue Alerts:

  1. Once you have logged in, return to the Home Page.
  2. On the left side of the screen, you will find a box labeled “My Cambridge Journals Online” with a dropdown box in it.
  3. Click the dropdown box, and find the “Content Alerts” link.
  4. Select your alerts preferences as soon as a new issue of a journal goes online or at a specified interval of time.
  5. Select subject areas of interest and then specific journals.

 

For Search Alerts:

  1. Conduct a search; when satisfied with the results, click the Save Search button.
  2. Input a name to save the search, set the interval to receive emails of new results, then input your email address and click Save.
  3. To edit your saved searches, click on the drop down box on the “My Cambridge Journals Online” box, and click on the “Saved Searches” link.

 

For Citation Alerts:

  1. After logging in to your account, conduct a search or browse to an article.
  2. View the abstract of an article that you would like to be alerted about.
  3. One the left side of the page, open up the “Article Menu” box (if it’s not open by default) and click “Citation Alert”.
  4. When any articles are added to the database that cite your selected article, you will receive an email.
  5. To edit your Citation Alerts, click on the drop down box on the “My Cambridge Journals Online” box, and click on the “Citation Alerts” link.

CQ Researcher

CQ Researcher

Email Alerts        

  1. Create a new profile
  2. Return to the homepage, and click on the “CQ Researcher Plus Archive”
  3. Mouse over the “Using CQR” box, and select “Topic Alerts”
  4. Click the “Create New Alert” link
  5. Select the criteria for your alerts, including the email address, type of publication (floor votes or articles), search terms and topics, bill numbers, or committees.
  6. Click Save. You will now receive an email whenever new items are added matching your search criteria.

Compendex

Compendex

Email Alerts            

  1. Engineering Village allows you to create a personal account to receive weekly email alerts, save records, save searches, and create folders. To create email alerts:
  2. Login or create an account, using the Login or Register buttons on the top right of the home page
  3. Perform a search. When you have a search that you wish to save, click the "Create Alert" link immediately above the search results list.
  4. If you are logged into your account, the search will automatically be saved as an email alert.
  5. To edit or delete search alerts, navigate to the “Search History” tab (This will display the 50 most recent searches). From there, click on the “View Saved Searches” link to navigate to your Email alerts.
    • You may create up to 260 email alerts.

 

Save Searches

  1. Login or create an account, using the Login or Register buttons on the top right of the home page
  2. Perform a search. When you have a search that you wish to save, click the "Save Search" link immediately above the search results list.
  3. To edit or delete search alerts, navigate to the “Search History” tab (This will display the 50 most recent searches). From there, click on the “View Saved Searches” link to navigate to your saved searches.
    • You can have up to 260 email alert and Save Searches at once

Ebsco

Provider: Ebsco

Service name: My EbscoHost / Search Alerts

Ebsco allows you to set up a personal account. With your personal account, you can save search results, persistent links to searches, search strategies, search alerts, journal alerts and web pages to your personal folder.

To create an account:
  1. From the Sign In to My EBSCOhost Screen, click the “Create a new Account” link.
  2. The Create a New Account Screen displays with Personal  Account entered in the Account Type field.
  3. Fill in the fields on the Create a New Account Screen. When you have completed the fields, click Continue.
  4. If all the information was accepted, a message appears  that provides your user name and password. Click OK. You will be automatically logged in as a personal user. You should note the user name and password you created so you can log in at a future session.
To create search alerts:
  1. On any search results screen, click the “Create Alert” button next to the search menu. (If you have not already logged into your personal  account, you will be prompted to log in.)
  2. Choose Subject name for the notification emails. (For example, mysearch1)
  3. Choose the format and frequency of email alerts (default is once a day).
  4. To modify how long the alert will run for, click “Advanced Options”
  5. To save the search, click Save; otherwise, click Cancel. You will be returned to the Search Screen.
  6. You can retrieve your saved searches and alerts and edit and reuse them by logging into "My EbscoHost."

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FirstSearch

FirstSearch

FirstSearch does not yet send email alerts. However, in WorldCat and most other FirstSearch databases, you can create saved searches to be re-run or combined with other terms. This is a good method to check for new books on your topic.

  1. On the top menu bar of any FirstSearch page, click the "My Account" link. Login to your account. If you do not have an account, click the “New User Registration” link.
  2. Once you have created an account and are logged in, perform a search.
  3. On the search results screen, click the link to Save Search.
  4. From that point on, whenever you are in FirstSearch and have logged into your account, you will see a "Previous Searches" tab. Click on the tab to rerun your saved searches, combine them with new terms, or to try the same search in a different FirstSearch database.

Google

Google           

Google Alerts    

Google Scholar does not yet have an alerting service. However, Google Alerts allow you to receive emailed search results on a topic or news item of interest to you.

  1. Navigate to the Google Alerts page at http://www.google.com/alerts.
  2. Enter your email address, or login to your gmail account.
  3. Choose between popular subjects, or enter your own searches.
  4. You can change the time you get alerts at by clicking the gear icon in the “My Alerts” section

GeoScienceWorld

GeoScienceWorld

My eTOCs

  1. To create an account on GeoScienceWorld, click sign in, then click on the “Create New Account” link.
  2. Scroll to the bottom of the page, and click on the “Manage Alerts” link.
  3. Find the journal/journals you want eTOC alerts for, and click the “Add eTOC” button. Select “Full” and/or “Awareness” options for the item in questions’ eTOC.
  4. If you wish to receive Announcements for the journal, check the box in that section.
  5. Once you have made your selections, click “Save”.
  6. You can always return to this page to edit, update, or delete your journal choices.

HighWire

HighWire

Alerts / MyTOC / MyCiteTrack    

Note that the Libraries do not subscribe to current issues of all the journals on HighWire. In many cases, only articles from previous years will be available to you full-text.

Highwire is actually composed of several dozen interlinked sites. Don't be confused if you conduct a general HighWire search and end up on the Science or PNAS sites.

There are several Highwire alerts options, including eTOC (table of contents) and CiteTrack.

  1. First-time users will need to register by creating a free account; return users must Sign in to update or add alerts.
  2. To sign in/create a record, click the Learn More button, then click the Sign In/Register button that appears at the top right of the page.

 

eTOC Alerts

To create an eTOC alert:

  1. Once you’re logged in, click on the “For Researchers” button.
  2. Under the Personalize Section, click on the “More” button.
  3. Under the eTOC section, click the “More” link
  4. Click the Add button under the eTOC bar at the right of the page.
  5. Check the TOC box next to the journal(s) you wish to monitor, and then check the "Update eTOC alerts."
    • Checking "Full TOC" means that you will receive a complete table of contents list for each issue as it is published. Checking "Notify Only" means that you will receive only a notice that the issue has been published.
    • Future TOC are notices regarding forthcoming issues (selected journals only).
    • Publication ahead of print will alert you to articles published online before the print issue is available (selected journals only).
    • Announcements means that you want to receive news updates from the journal (selected journals only).
  6. Once you’ve made your selections, click the “Update eTOC alerts” button. You can return to this page at anytime to modify your alerts.

 

My Citetrack

CiteTrack alerts allow you to receive notices when new articles are added to the database that match your search criteria. To add a CiteTrack alert:

  1. Once you’re logged in, click on the “For Researchers” button.
  2. Under the Personalize Section, click on the “More” button.
  3. Under the eTOC section, click the “More” link
  4. Click the Add button under the “My CiteTrack” bar at the right of the page.
  5. Name the alert.
  6. Enter your search parameters, e.g., author(s), title, or words anywhere (keywords).
  7. You may choose to limit your alert search to particular journals.
  8. Once you have completed your selection, press "Save Alert."
  9. You can always return to the Alerts tab and, after signing in, update or delete any alerts.

IEEE Xplore

IEEE Xplore

Tables of Contents Alerts are available for IEEE journals. Search alerts for particular topics are not yet available.

To create a Table of Contents Alert:

  1. Click the “Personal Sign In” link on the top right side of the page, to sign in, or the “Create Account” link to register if you do not have an account.
  2. Run a search, and click on the “Set Search Alerts” drop down menu.
  3. Type in a Search Alert name, and then click save.
  4. To modify or delete your Alerts, mouse over the “My Settings” drop down menu, and click on the “Search Alerts” link.

Institute of Physics

Institute of Physics

TOC Alerts

  1. Login, or create an account
  2. Click on the Journals link on the top of the page.
  3. Find the Journal you wish to receive TOC alerts for, and click on it, to navigate to the Journal’s page.
  4. In the lighter blue bar at the top of the page that contains the title of the journal you selected, click the “Email alert” link to save your TOC alert.
  5. TOC alert frequency can be altered, or deleted, from the “Email alert” section of your account page

 

Search Alerts

Search Alerts allow you to specify keywords or other criteria to monitor.

  1. Perform a search
  2. Click on the Journals tab
  3. Click “Add to my Alerts”
  4. To modify your search alerts, go to your profile, and click on “Email Alerts”.
  5. You can modify the frequency of your Search Alerts, as well as delete them all together

Library Catalogue

Library Catalog

My Library Account / Preferred Searches              

  1. Click on the "My Library Account" button at the top of any catalog  page or on the main library website.
  2. You will be prompted to login via your uark email account, or your last name and UA ID number. Your ID number is the nine-digit number on your ID card (NOT your Social Security number.)
  3. You can save up to 10 searches in your library account. These can be re-run each week to alert you to new materials in particular subjects or by particular authors.
  4. To save a search, click the "Search the Catalog" link from within your library account.
  5. Conduct a keyword, title, subject, or other search in the catalog. In keyword searching, you can limit your results to particular publishers, libraries, or formats.
  6. If your search retrieves satisfactory results, then click the "Save" button next to your search to save a preferred search.
  7. Once you have saved a search, return to your record and click the "Preferred Searches" link.
  8. From the list of preferred searches that you have saved, you can mark specific searches to receive emails about, informing you of any new materials that match your search criteria.
  9. Once you have checked the searches you wish to mark for email, then click the "Update List" button.

Note:  The Library Catalog  will use your University of Arkansas email account (@uark.edu) for email messages. If that is not  your primary email account, be sure to set up forwarding on your @uark.edu address.  Forwarding instructions can be found on the Campus IT Email FAQ page.

MathSciNet

MathSciNet

Current Journals               

MathSciNet does not offer an email alerts service. However, you can always browse the most recent journal issues added to the database. This feature can be accessed by clicking on the “Free Tools” link at the top right of the page, then clicking on the "Current Journals" tab. There you can choose journals that were indexed from this week, to six weeks prior.

 

NASA Astrophysics System (ADS)

NASA Astrophysics System (ADS)

MyADS

  1. Create a free ADS account, if you do not already have one.

There are two options for alerts: myADS notifications and daily arXive notifications.

myADS Notifications

Choose this option to be able to quickly re-run research on author's names, topics, preprint subject areas, or journal names. This service builds a custom page for you where your favorite searches can be re-executed whenever you log in.

  1. Click on the “myADS” link
  2. Click the myADS image at the top of the page, or click on the link provided at the bottom of the paragraph.
  3. From your myADS account page, you can set up Daily, or Weekly notifications for different publications, authors, and Queries.
  4. Choose the frequency you would like.
  5. Fill out the pages as prompted. Any parts you do not want to receive notifications for, leave blank.
  6. Enter your name, if you would like to receive alerts based on your own publications. If not, skip this step.
  7. Choose the database(s) to be searched.
  8. Click Save Settings and continue to the next page.
  9. Input an author query for alerting, or skip to a topic search by clicking Save Settings.
  10. Input your query terms, select journals to be searched, and then view myADS results.
  11. Whenever you log in to myADS, you can view updated results for your queries.

 

Daily arXiv Notifications

Choose this option to receive daily email updates on preprints matching your specific topic areas or keywords.

  1. Choose the options for Setup daily arXiv eprint Notifications.
  2. Choose your search terms and preprint areas.
  3. On the myADS result page, you may choose either email alerts or RSS feeds.

 

AMS Journals

  1. Click on the Email alerts link on the left menu bar.
  2. Enter your email address.
  3. Choose issue alerts to receive email notification of new issues for specific journals.
  4. Choose article notification to receive alerts of new publications in broad topical areas.
  5. You can return to this page to change your alerts at any time.

NBER Working Papers (National Bureau of Economic Research)

NBER Working Papers (National Bureau of Economic Research)

NBER Login         

(At the moment, NBER doesn’t seem to have a link to their login/register page)

  1. First time users will need to register on the login page. To find the login page, type ‘login’ in the “Search the NBER site” search box on the top right of the page. The link to the login/register page should be the top result.
  2. Once you have signed in/registered, scroll down to the bottom of the page, and click on the “Register to get customized notifications by email” link under the Economic Releases heading.
  3. From the preferences page, you can select choose to receive notifications when new economic releases are published.
  4. To subscribe to the NBER Digest, search for “NBER Digest” in the search bar, and click on the top link. Choose Text or HTML format, and click the “Subscribe” button.

ProQuest

ProQuest      

Alerts    

  1. Perform a search.
  2. On the search results screen, click on the “Selected Items and Recent Searches” button (looks like a folder).
  3. On the search you wish to set up alerts for, click the Actions link in the Actions box, and select “Create Alert”
  4. A new panel will open. You will be prompted to enter the Name of the alert, your email address and details, the content in the alert, the frequency, and the duration

Alerts can run up to 1 year but can be renewed by clicking on the link provided in the email text. You may also create alerts for Publications by conducting a Publication Search.

You can create a "My Research" account to save searches and records indefinitely.

Pubmed

PubMed

You can save searches and receive email updates on new citations matching your search criteria in PubMed / MEDLINE and other NLM databases by creating a My NCBI (National Center for Biotechnical Information) account. To do so:

  1. Click the “Sign in to NCBI” button on the top right of the page.
  2. Sign in, or register if you do not have an account.
  3. While signed in to your account, conduct a search in PubMed. When you are satisfied with the search results, click “Create Alert” or “Create RSS” link under the displayed search.  
  4. Choose the email update options you wish (frequency of updates and the formats of the emails, etc.) and click Save.
  5. Log into your NCBI account at any time to turn alerts off, to add new searches, or to modify the alert delivery options.

Reaxys

Reaxys

My Alerts

  1. Login to your personal account on Reaxys.
    If you do not yet have an account, click on "Register" to create one. 
  2. Perform a search in Reaxys.
  3. On the results page, click "Create Alert."
  4. Give your alert a name and optional description, designate additional email addresses to whom the alerts should be sent, and determine the frequency and format of the email alerts. 
  5.   Click Save. 

Science.gov

Science.gov

Alerts    

The Science.gov ALERTS feature is a service that will notify you weekly of new Science.gov information in your specific areas of interest.

  1. From the main Science.gov page, conduct a search.
  2. Cick the "Sign in" link on the blue menu bar and choose "Alerts."
  3. First-time users will need to create a new account; once an account has been created, you may log in. Once you’ve logged in, you may need to click the “Alerts” link again.
  4. Run a search.
  5. Once your search has finished, click the “Create new alert from this search” link, right below the search bar.
  6. Give your alert a name, and click create.
  7. You can modify the details of the alert, as well as how how frequently you receive the alerts, and the format of the emails.
  8. Once you are finished, hit save.
  9. You can edit and delete your alerts from the “Alerts” link.

ScienceDirect

ScienceDirect          

ScienceDirect offers more than 1800 important journals in the pure, applied, and social sciences. The University Libraries have subscriptions to approximately 700 of these titles, but you can still search the ScienceDirect database for articles on topics of interest to you. Articles from journals not in our collections can be requested on Interlibrary Loan through ILLiad.

There are four kinds of alerting options in ScienceDirect. To use them, you must create an individual user account on ScienceDirect. After creating an account and logging in, click on the "Alerts" button on the top navigation bar. to access the following alerts options:

For Search Alerts:

  1. Click on your account name in the top right part of the page. This will pull down a drop down box. Click the Manage Alerts link.
  2. Click “Add a Search Alert”, and perform a search.
  3. Click the "Save As Search Alert" link on the top right, just above the search results.
  4. Assign a name for the Alert, as well as which email address you wish to use, and select the frequency you’d like to receive alerts at.
  5. Once you’re finished, hit Save. The site returns you to the search results page.

 

For Topic Alerts:

  1. From the Manage Alerts page, click on the “Add a Topic Alert” link.
  2. Choose a broad category and then a more specific subject within that category.
  3. Click Save. You will receive new articles matching your selection(s) weekly.

 

For Journal Volume/Issue Alerts:

  1. From the Manage Alerts page, click the “Select journals and books you are interested in” link.
  2. When you find a journal that you would like to receive notifications for, navigate to the journal’s page, then click on the “Subscribe to new volume alerts” towards the top of the page.

SciFinder

SciFinder

Keep Me Posted

  1. Conduct a citation search or a substance in SciFinder.
  2. On the top menu bar, click the "Create a Keep Me Posted Alert."
  3. Give a name to your alert, a brief description, and choose how long the alert should run for and how often you would like to receive email alerts and then save. 

Ulrichsweb

Ulrichsweb

Ulrich's Alerts    

Ulrich's Alerts allow you to be notified of new journals or title changes of journals published broad subject areas.

  1. Login to your Ulrich’s Account, or register one if you do not have an account already.
  2. Once you’ve logged in, click on the “Workspace” button, then click on the Alerts tab.
  3. Click the “Create Alert” button.
  4. Select which topics you wish to receive alerts for, as well as what type of Alerts you want: Ceased, New Titles, and/or Title Changes. All Subjects is an option when selecting which areas you want to get alerts about.
  5. Once you have your Alerts set up how you want them, click Save.

You can always return to the "Ulrich's Alert Alert" page to edit or delete searches.

Web of Science

Web of Science

By registering and creating a profile on the Web of Science site, you can save searches and set up citation alerts.

Saved Searches / Search Alerts

  1. From the Web of Science home page, click the “Sign In” button, and select Register. Input your email address, then use the One Time Use activation code that was emailed to you to finish registering. Once you’ve input the code, fill out the registration form as prompted. Creating a profile will allow you to set up search alerts as well as to customize your Web of Knowledge preferences.
    • You can create up to 25 searches that are stored in your profile and matched to new citations in the database(s) on a weekly basis.
  2. Conduct a search or combine multiple sets until you are satisfied with the results.
  3. Click the button for "Search History" at the top of the screen. A dialogue box will pop up. Input the Search History Name, description (optional), email address, type, format, and frequency, then click save.
  4. If desired, you can save the search history to a local drive. Simply hit the Save button on the bottom of the dialogue box.

 

Citation Alerts

This feature allows you to receive an e-mail alert when articles you select are cited by new articles added to the database. To add an article to this list (and receive an e-mail each time it is cited):

  1. Log in to your profile, if you are not already logged in.
  2. Perform a search in Web of Science.
  3. When viewing a Full Record, click the "Create Citation Alert" button and then Done.
  4. Citation Alerts can be viewed and modified in the “Saved Searches & Alerts” section of “My Tools”
  5. Citation Alerts expire at the end of one year, unless you choose to renew them. To renew or modify Citation Alerts settings, go to "Citation Alerts" in the Saved Searches & Alerts List.

Wiley

Wiley

My Profile           

Wiley offers 2 kinds of alerts:

  • Saved Titles Alerts: Automatically sends you the table of contents of the latest issue of your saved journal once it has been published.
  • Saved Search Alerts: Automatically notifies you when an article matching your saved search has been published with direct links through to the new search results.

 

  • First time users will need to create an account. This can be done by click on the “Login/Register” button on the top right of the screen.
  • Once you have created an account and logged in, click on “My Profile”.
  • The “Alert Manager” link allows you to edit the format of alert emails, as well as the frequency, and the address you receive the alerts at.

To create a Title alert:

  1. Browse or search for a journal title of interest to you.
  2. When viewing the home page for that journal, click the “Get Content Alerts” button, and select “Set Alert”
          OR
    On the search results, check the box to the left of the journal title. Once you have selected all the journals you wish, then click “Get Email Alerts”.
  3. You will be emailed when a new issue of that journal is posted.
  4. You can remove Alerts from the “Alert Manager” page.

 

To create a Search Alert:

  1. Conduct a search of a particular journal or of all publications on the site. There is also an Advanced Search page that gives you greater flexibility in constructing searches.
  2. When you are satisfied with the search results, click the "Save Search" link on the search results page.
  3. You will receive an email whenever a new article has been added to the Wiley site that matches your search criteria. Remember that the University Libraries may not subscribe to every resource hosted at the Wiley site.
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