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Current Awareness for Faculty

How to use EBSCO, Gale, ProQuest and Google tools to receive journal, author and/or news alerts on topics of your choice.

EBSCO Databases

How to create search alerts for your favorite journals, navigate a journal page and see title lists for our EBSCO databases.

Create a Journal Alert

Get the table of contents of your favorite journals delivered to your in box, save favorite searches to re-run automatically, or receive alerts when a saved search has new articles. You can have Journal Alerts deliver the table of contents (TOC) of your favorite journals to your email inbox with direct links to the articles or create an RSS feed to deliver the TOC to the RSS reader of your choice. 

Navigate the Journal Page

From the journal page you will see the details of the publication, such as the full text availability, embargo (how long the publisher chooses to delay electronic copy) if any, peer reviewed and more. From this page you can:

  1. You can click on the plus signs to open the year and click on desired volume to retrieve all articles.
  2. Click on search within this publication to search only in that journal.
  3. Click on Share to send email alerts or RSS feed of articles as they become available (have to create free EBSCOhost account for email). You can also get the permanent link to the journal or use social bookmarking.