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    • Science Citation IndexWeb of KnowledgeThe Science Citation Index database covers articles, reviews, reports and other itemsfrom over 5,300 of the most heavily cited journals in science, technology andmedicine. The database is part of the ISI Web of Knowledge service, covers theperiod from 1945 to present, and is updated weekly.Web of Knowledge Search Alerts will email you when new articles match yoursearch terms. 1. Connect to ISI Web of Knowledge. 2. Click on Connect to the ISI Web of Knowledge Service, and then click on the Web of Science tab. 3. To create alerts you must first register with the service and select a password. To do this, click on Register. To set up alerts in future, you must sign in using your email address and password, by clicking on Sign In. 4. Run the search you need. 5. On the Search Results Summary page, click on Search History. 6. On the Search History page, click on Save History/Create Alert. 7. Enter a History Name, tick the Send Me E-mail Alerts box and select the required format and frequency. 8. Click SAVE and then DONE.Web of Knowledge Search Alerts as RSS feeds 1. After clicking on SAVE (see step 8 above), a confirmation message is displayed, together with an RSS Feed: XML button. 2. Click on the XML button. Copy the URL which appears in your browsers address box and paste it into your RSS reader.Web of Knowledge Citation Alerts will email you when a particular article is cited byanother author. 1. Connect to ISI Web of Knowledge. 2. Click on Connect to the ISI Web of Knowledge Service, and then click on the Web of Science tab.
    • 3. To create alerts you must first register with the service and select a password. To do this, click on Register. To set up alerts in future, you must sign in using your email address and password, by clicking on Sign In. 4. Search for, and view, the article of interest. 5. Click on Create Citation Alert. 6. A Citation Alerts Confirmation page will appear. 7. Click on Done.Web of Knowledge Citation Alerts as RSS feeds 1. After clicking on Create Citation Alert (see step 5 above), click on the RSS Feed (XML) button. 2. Copy the URL in your browsers address box and paste it into your RSS reader.ScopusThe Scopus database covers articles from more than 14,000 journals in the physical,health, life and social sciences. It covers the period from 1966 to present, and isupdated daily.Scopus Search Alerts will email you when new articles match your search terms. 1. Connect to Scopus. 2. To create alerts you must first register with the service and select a username and password. To do this, click on Register. To set up alerts in future, you must login with your username and password, by clicking on Login. 3. Run the required search and on the results page click on Save as Alert. (Note that it is also possible to set up a search alert from Search History, the My Alerts page and Saved Searches). 4. On the Save a Search Alert page enter a name for the alert, the e-mail address to which the alert should be sent and select the required frequency. Note that selecting Inactive will prevent e-mails being sent without deleting your alert. 5. From the E-mail Format section, select the format for your search alert. 6. Click on Submit to save the search alert. 7. When you submit a search alert, a confirmation statement will be shown that allows you to return to the page where you had originally clicked the Save as Alert link.Scopus Search Alerts as RSS feeds 1. After running the required search (see step 3 above), click on the RSS button on the results page. 2. On the Subscribe to RSS Feed for Scopus Search page, name your RSS feed and click on Continue. 3. Copy the highlighted URL and paste it into your RSS reader. 4. Follow any other instructions given by your RSS reader to create the feed.
    • When you subscribe to a Scopus RSS feed, you will get the top 20 search results foryour search delivered every day to your RSS reader.Scopus Document Citation Alerts will email you when a particular article is cited byanother author. 1. Connect to Scopus. 2. To create alerts you must first register with the service and select a username and password. To do this, click on Register. To set up alerts in future, you must login with your username and password, by clicking on Login. 3. Run the required search and then click on the Abstracts + Refs tab of the article of interest. Click on E-mail Alert on the document display page. 4. On the Add a Document Citation Alert page, enter a name for the alert, the e- mail address to which the alert should be sent and select the required frequency. Note that selecting Inactive will prevent e-mails being sent without deleting your alert. 5. From the E-mail Format section, select the format for your search alert. 6. Click on Submit to save the Document Citation Alert.Scopus Document Citation Alerts as RSS feeds 1. After clicking on the Abstracts + Refs tab for the article of interest (see step 3 above), click on the RSS button. 2. On the Subscribe to RSS Feed for Scopus Search page, name your RSS feed and click on Continue. 3. Copy the highlighted URL and paste it into your RSS reader. 4. Follow any other instructions given by your RSS reader to create the feed.When you subscribe to a Scopus RSS feed, you will get the top 20 search results foryour search delivered every day to your RSS reader.Dave Hirst 06.06.11 (amended from Chris Gibsons subject webpages)