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Keeping up with the scholarly literature in your field is still the main way faculty/researchers stay on top of things. But what are the ways to make that a part of your routine? How do you remember to check them regularly? How do you save things to read later? What if your interests cross a number of disciplines? This guide will focus on a few strategies that can help:
- Browsing table of contents for multiple journals in one place - Browzine
- Receiving tables of contents of important journals in email
- Saving searches of your keywords in databases (and getting "search alerts" when new articles appear that match those words)