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Subject / Author / Citation Alert Service
Table of Contents Alerts
Daily Science News
Current Awareness Training
Guide to Alerts
Let the staff at the Scientific Library set up an alert, or current awareness search, for you. Alerts can be run daily, weekly, monthly or quarterly,
depending on the resource. This service enables you to receive timely updates on the latest developments in the area of your choice.
Alerts are sent to your e-mail address.
We can create alert profiles to:
Learn more about how the Library staff can help you find what you need with
E-mail delivery of journal tables of contents may be generated using several resources provided by the Library:
**NOTE: Registration is usually required to receive alerts. You will need to register with each provider.
RSS, which stands for Rich Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication, can be used to view recent updates from multiple sources in a single location. An RSS feed can be created through new results from a
database search (including searches on PubMed and Scopus), and other publisher and news websites often offer RSS feeds to view updates to their content. An RSS reader allows you to organize and read
updates from multiple RSS feeds.
Library staff can assist you with setting up RSS feeds based on searches from PubMed and Scopus and viewing these feeds through the RSS reader tool on Microsoft Outlook (Note: RSS feeds are not currently
supported on Outlook for Macs). Contact Library staff by phone, email, or in person to request assistance with RSS feeds.
The Daily Science News Service is an email service to help NCI at Frederick employees stay current with science and medical news. Library staff maintains a list of email addresses of interested
NCI at Frederick employees. Each day, the Library staff sends out emails about current issues on science, health, NCI at Frederick, and the federal government to the email list.
The topics are wide-ranging and come from a variety of sources. Learn how to sign up for Daily Science News.