Tuesday, 30 March 2010

Finding out what is being published

There are some very useful resources for researchers that will inform you about what is being published in journals and conferences that you are interested in.

Zetoc Alert - provides access to the contents tables of the British Library's collection of 20,000 journals and 16,000 conference proceedings publihsed each year.

Current Contents - provides access to leading scholarly journals (I think all the ISI-listed journals) and about 7,000 websites.

Informaworld - provides access to all the Taylor & Francis and Informa journals and periodicals.

In each case, you can choose which journals you are interested in and you will automatically receive an alert the moment they publish an article. This is a good way of keeping track of what is being published, as it comes out.

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