are a good way to keep current in your field of interest. Many publishers offer this service for free.
are a good way to keep current with literature on a topic particularly when involved in a long term project. Many of our database interfaces offer this option using RSS feeds or email when you have a free personal account
Not every article will be readily available for download when using the hyperlinks in your Table of Contents or Search Alerts. For more information, go to Finding Documents on this webpage. Not every database interface and publisher is represented on this webpage, but the idea is the same.
The digital collection contains journals, books, standards, and conference proceedings. The library subscribes to the journals, so the more recent journal articles are available for download from the publisher. We could have other full text articles that you find in your search, just not from the ASME Digital Library. For more information, go to Finding Documents on this webpage.
First sign-in, then
contains Elsevier journals on many topics. ScienceDirect provides a RSS feed and an email alert for a journal. It can be set up using the journal's home page.
For a RSS feed, select RSS.
For an email alert, select sign in to set up journal alerts and you will be prompted for a username and password.
contains Wiley journals on many topics as well. A RSS feed and an email alert for a journal can be set from the journal's home page.
For a RSS feed, select the RSS symbol.
For Get Contents Alerts (email alert), you will be prompted for a username and password.
contains Springer journals on many topics. An email alert for a journal can be set from the journal's home page on SpringerLink.
Some resources for Technical Reports and interfaces for Ebook Collections provide RSS feeds for recent or newly loaded publications.
If you are able to download articles on campus, you will need to use the proxy server when you are off-campus. Go to a definition of a proxy server. opens new window
The easiest way is to search the UA Libraries Catalog. A search in the UA Libraries Catalog will find paper subscriptions and subscriptions that we have in databases too. Sometimes we don't buy our subscription from the publisher.
If you can download articles from the publishers website on-campus, as a short cut, you could add the proxy prefix to the URL in your Table of Contents email yourself. You would add this string,
to the beginning of the URL.
If you received an error and it works on campus, Go to the Problem Reporting and Alternative Access for Electronic Resources: Report Problems library guide for help in finding the problem.
Be sure to try the UA Libraries Catalog in case we don't purchase a subscription from the publisher. If so, we can't use their webs site. If the journal title is not in the UA Libraries Catalog, you will probably need to use:
Try a keyword search using words in the conference title in the UA Libraries Catalog. If you can't find it in UA Libraries Catalog, try