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Labour Relations Management: Keeping up to date with your research in your subject field

This guide provides relevant resources for the field of labour relations management.

Keeping up to date with publications in your field of research

Many of our databases have the ability to let you know when new publications are published in your area of research. which saves you time as it eliminates the need to re-do searches regularly to see if something new was published.

 

 

Table of Contents (TOC) Alerts -- Receive the table of contents of the most recent issue of a specific journal(s). It is one of the best ways of keeping up to date with the latest articles, current research and publishing trends in your field.
 
Search Alerts -- Search alerts are set up to provide automatic e-mail notification whenever new search results become available in a database (author's publication, keywords, or other search criteria). You will be able to connect to the citation, download the citation, and full text (when available) from the alert

Citation Alerts -- Be notified when someone cites a specific article

Alerting: Manuals and Help

Various databases offer this very useful service to assist the researcher to keep up to date. In most cases you will be required to register on the database to be able to make use of this feature free of charge. Refer to the list below for information/help on how to use the alerting services available: