Create Your Own Research Alerts
Creating electronic alerts is an easy way to keep up to date with the latest research in your field.
Two kinds of alert are usually possible:
- Journal alerts:
Tables of contents are delivered to you by e-mail as new issues are published.
- Search alerts:
An e-mail alert is sent when new articles matching your search criteria are published. This may include articles by a particular author, or articles matching your keywords.
E-Resources providing alerts:
- Business Source Ultimate
- Cambridge Journals Online
- Emerald Insight
- Web of Science
- Oxford Journals
- Sage Journals Online
- Informaworld (Taylor & Francis)
- Wiley Online Library
Note: you will need to register with these services to set up alerts. Look for “My Profile”, “My Account”, “Register” etc. Contact the Library if you need assistance.
Library Alerts Service (Faculty and IESE Members only)
This service lets you choose your journals of interest from a list supplied by the library. We will email you the tables of contents as soon as they are received. We can also supply the full text of articles that interest you, on request.
Contact the library for a journals list.