Answered By: Ask a Librarian
Last Updated: Jan 06, 2020    

Journal Alerts save valuable research time, and can be set up to provide automatic e-mail notification whenever a new issue of a particular journal becomes available in the Oxford Journals database you are using. Please follow the instructions below to set up your own journal alert:

 

Step 1. Sign in

Before setting up a journal alert, you need to sign in after accessing Oxford Journals via Databases A-Z on XJTLU Library homepage.

 

Step 2. Visit the Email alerts page

You can reach the Email alerts page from either the Oxford Journals homepage or a particular journal site.

 

 

Step 3. Add alerts

Oxford Journals offers a variety of email alert options:

  • New issue alerts – Receive an email whenever a new issue is published for a particular journal.
  • In progress issue alerts – Receive an email when new articles are published within in progress issues in a particular journal.
  • Advance article alerts – Receive an email whenever articles are published ahead of print (for participating journals).
  • Article activity alerts – Receive an email showing comments added, citation count changes, corrections and retractions in a particular article. You may find the link on any journal article page.

 

 

Note: You may manage alerts on the Email alerts page.