Advances in technology have made it easy for publishers and other information service providers to send your topics of interest directly to your e-mail in individual messages or in a collection. Another option is to subscribe to an RSS feed for table of contents or a saved search. Look for the RSS words or symbol: If you do not see an RSS icon, look for word or phrases such as “alerts,” “e-mail alerts,” etc.
The list of services below are not intended to be comprehensive, but to provide examples of alerting services that are available:
Most journal web sites offer Table of Contents (TOC) alerts.
Below are some examples of contents and article alerting services from aggregators and from pre-appraised evidence sources:
In addition to accessing BrowZine online, you can download the mobile app for your device.
This app works with NYU Library's authentication, which allows you access to NYU's subscriptions. Unlike the TOC emails you get from individual journals, these resources allow you to view the full-text of selected articles instantly.
(Note: This application does not offer all of NYU's subscribed journals)