Google Scholar is a search engine that specializes in searching scholarly literature and academic research. It allows you to set up alerts for new results matching your search. Alerts come out many times per week.
To set up alerts:
How to get to your alerts page once you're logged into Google Scholar:
For more information on searching Google Scholar: check out our Google for Researchers Guide on the Health Sciences Library website.
You may set up author alerts like you set up search alerts. Additionally, you can follow authors that publish work related to your research.
To follow specific authors:
To set up email alerts in MEDLINE@Ovid, please follow the instructions in the above video. Make the tutorial full screen to see the larger video.
Use alerts to receive email notices when new information are added to Scopus. From the Scopus Alerts page, you can create alerts, view the latest results for an alert, edit alerts, and delete alerts. There is no limit on the number of alerts you can create. There are 3 alerts you can set in Scopus: