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Stay up-to-date: use Alerts and RSS feeds. Newly published research delivered directly to you!

Research alerts and RSS feeds can help you keep up-to-date with the latest results in your field. You will save time, be more organized, keep abreast of new research, and above all access information from different sources in one place. Some examples of alerts and RSS feeds are: Table of Contents, Saved Searches (save your favourite searches so you don’t have to replicate them over and over!), Citation alerts whenever an article or author you are interested in has been cited, or alerts when relevant conferences are coming up. Alerts can also be set on grant opportunity postings , new content in Research Repository Resources, and new books purchased by the Library. You can view your alerts either by e-mail, RSS readers or web browsers. Many RSS readers are available as free downloads.
Do not know what to choose and how to use them? See LINKS below.

Stay up-to-date: use Alerts and RSS feeds. Newly published research delivered directly to you!

Research alerts and RSS feeds can help you keep up-to-date with the latest results in your field. You will save time, be more organized, keep abreast of new research, and above all access information from different sources in one place. Some examples of alerts and RSS feeds are: Table of Contents, Saved Searches (save your favourite searches so you don’t have to replicate them over and over!), Citation alerts whenever an article or author you are interested in has been cited, or alerts when relevant conferences are coming up. Alerts can also be set on grant opportunity postings , new content in Research Repository Resources, and new books purchased by the Library. You can view your alerts either by e-mail, RSS readers or web browsers. Many RSS readers are available as free downloads.
Do not know what to choose and how to use them? See LINKS below.

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