Answered By: APUS Librarians Last Updated: Jul 26, 2022 Views: 575
Many of the library's databases will allow you to create email alerts or RSS feeds to notify you automatically when new articles are added. For example:
- See how to set up search alerts in an EBSCO database.
- See how to create search alerts in a ProQuest database.
- Even Google Scholar will let you set up an email alert when new sources are published. See a screen capture here.
NOTE: these alerts will send you new articles, etc. based upon the keywords that you used to search for your topic. Make sure that you are using the best possible keywords, in order to see the best possible results.
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