Answered By: IESE Library
Last Updated: May 25, 2023     Views: 74

Journal alerts will notify you through e-mails or RSS notifications when new items are published in a journal. You may receive a table of contents for the journal, or a table of contents and abstracts of the articles, depending on how the journal chooses to share the information or how you have set up the alert.

  1. Look up the title in E-Journals
  2. Databases that have full text of the journal will be displayed.
  3. If a journal title is available from its publisher, choose that database.
  4. If not, choose a database that includes the current year. If possible, choose one recommended below.
  5. In the chosen database, look for a link to set up an alert.

Recommended E-Resources providing alerts:

Many other databases offer the option to set up alerts, such as the following:

Note: you will need to register with these services to set up alerts. Look for “My Profile”, “My Account”, “Register” etc. Contact the Library if you need assistance.

Publisher websites also generally can provide updates to their table of contents.You can find links to the table of contents RSS feed or e-mail alert on each journal's website. You will likely need to sign-up for an account with the publisher.

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