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Keeping Up With Your Field   Tags: researcher, researchers, scholarly_communications  

Mobile and library tools for keeping current with new research
Last Updated: Feb 17, 2014 URL: Print Guide Email Alerts

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WEB : Expert Recommendations of Articles


Use to get recommendations for articles selected by experts in your field!

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Look for the articles cited - UNC e-Journal Search

MOBILE/WEB: Social Bookmarking - Peer & Auto Recommendations

Store your favorite articles, and find out what your academic peers are talking about:

Citation Alerts

You can track when a specified article or author is cited in newly published articles with citation alerts.

Most publisher sites limit results to citations appearing within their own journals, while databases can provide citations from many sources.

Table of Contents Alerts

A table of contents (TOC) alert automatically sends you the table of contents from a new journal issue.
Many journals, databases, other resources such as Browzine provide free tables of contents and sometimes saved search alerts to newly published content.

    MOBILE : New Journal Articles

    MOBILE/WEB : RSS Feeds & Feed Readers

    Set up RSS feeds that will automatically pull updates for your interests together into one reader:

    Search Alerts

    Create a search that is periodically re-run, with new matches to your search criteria sent to you.

    Look in the upper right corner of most databases to create a personal account.


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