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My Journal List

If your institution subscribes to Current Contents Connect, you may use the My Journal List feature to create and maintain a list of journals that you frequently read. You can also use this list to create and maintain Table of Contents e-mail alerts.

  • To add journals to your list, click the Add Journals button.

  • To go to the table of contents of the most recent journal issue, click the journal title link in the list.

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My Journal List

Journal Name

Each title on the list is linked to the table of contents of the most recent issue.

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RSS Feed

To set up an RSS feed:

  1. Click the RSS Feed button to go to a Web page that displays the name of the selected journal.

  2. Click the Subscribe to this feed link to open a dialog box.

  3. Click the Subscribe button.

You will be automatically notified when a new issue has been added to Current Contents Connect. You do not need to renew the alert in order to continue to receive RSS feeds.

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Alerting

This column shows the status of the Table of Contents e-mail alert. If the status is On, the expiration date displays. Click the Renew button to renew the alert for one year beyond the displayed date.

If the status is Off, and you wish to turn it on:

  1. Click the Modify Settings button.

  2. Select the Send Me Table of Contents E-mail Alert check box of a journal title.

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My Journal List - Add Journals

Click the Add Journals button to go to the Add Journals page.

Step 1: Find the title(s) you want to add by using one of three methods.

  • Search Full Journal Titles: Enter a word or truncated word (for example, pharmac*) in the field, and then click Find.

  • Select Journals Alphabetically: Click the first letter of the journal title you want to find.

  • Browse Journal Titles by Subject: Select a Current Contents edition from the list, and then click Go. Click the name of a subject category to see a list of journals in that category.

Step 2: For each title that you want to add to your journal list, select either or both of these options:

  • Display on Home Page: The title(s) you select will appear on the Web of Knowledge home page whenever you log on.

  • Send Me Table of Contents E-mail Alerts: The tables of contents of the title(s) you select will be sent to the e-mail address you specify on the Modify Settings page as soon as they become available. This option may not be available at your institution. If it is not, contact your System Administrator for more information.

Step 3: Click the Submit Selections button.

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My Journal List - Modify Settings

Click the Modify Settings button to go to the Modify Settings page.

  • To apply a setting to a journal title, select the check box in the appropriate column, and then click Submit Changes button.

  • To remove a setting, clear the check box, and then click Submit Changes button.

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List on Home Page

The title(s) you select will appear on the Web of Knowledge home page whenever you log on.

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Send Me Table of Contents E-mail Alert

The table of contents of the title(s) you select will be sent to the e-mail address you specify in the E-mail Address field as soon as they become available.

This option may not be available at your institution. If it is not, contact your System Administrator for more information.

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Table of Contents Alert Settings

Specify the e-mail address to receive the e-mail and an e-mail format. The two formats are Plain Text (an ASCII text file) and HTML. Use a semicolon (;) and a space to separate multiple addresses. The default value for this field is your registration / sign-in e-mail address.

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Remove from List

Select the check box of any journal name if you wish to remove that title from the My Journals List page.

Did You Know ... If you remove a title from the Web of Knowledge home page or cancel the e-mail alert, the title remains on the My Journal List unless you select the Remove from list check box.

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Reminder - Register and Sign In

To view your journal list, you must be a registered user and you must sign in.

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What is a RSS Feed?

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication.

RSS is a content delivery vehicle also known as a web feed. Data is in XML format. Content distributors publish frequently updated news and other Web content in many places on the Web. Users can subscribe to an RSS feed and receive the updated content as it is published. RSS feeds can include full or summarized text and metadata such as publishing dates and author names.