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Keeping up with the scholarly literature in your field is important. Even if your field is interdisciplinary, or massive in scope, here are a few strategies that can help:
Help documents from commonly-used databases for saving searches and setting up alerts:
BrowZine, an app for iPads and Android tablets, is available for use by University of Arizona faculty, staff and students. BrowZine lets you browse, read, and monitor many of our licensed scholarly journals on your tablet. Some of the publishers include American Chemical Society, Project MUSE, Oxford, SAGE, Springer, etc. It doesn't currently support each title we subscribe to, but it does cover the overwhelming majority of them.
If you are using a mobile device, the link above will first take you to a page where you can download and install the app. (App is available from the Apple App Store, Google Play or Amazon Appstore.)
After installing the app, open it, select University of Arizona from the list and enter your current NetID and password. It may take several minutes to build the library. Then select journals either by subject or title. Articles may be saved, emailed or sent to RefWorks, Mendeley or Zotero.
Watch a BrowZine tutorial for more information.
Discover your academic peers' work through online networks of research papers and citations.
Researchers use Academia.edu to share their research, monitor deep analytics around the impact of their research, and track the research of academics they follow.
A free reference manager and academic social network that can help you organize your research, collaborate with others online, and discover the latest research.
Provides tools for scientists and researchers connect, collaborate, and keep up with the research that matters most to them.
Share bookmarks and lists of literature.
Portal with literature search, data statistics, reading, sorting, storing, field expert identification and journal finder.
Uses machines to liberate facts from the scientific literature.
A weekly collection of the best data science news, resources, and inspirations from around the web.
Chrome extension to help your literature search.
Educational web-platform helping with the discovery, understanding, and exploration of your scientific topics of interest.
Find information about academic papers, authors, conferences, journals, and organizations from multiple sources.
Diffuse scientific information and knowledge in a free and accessible way.
Aggregator of open access papers and journals.
Visualise the arXiv, an open, online repository for scientific research papers.
Search for publications and provide feedback and/or start a conversation anonymously.
Multi-disciplinary online repository of scholarly research and related materials in social sciences.
Notifies users new publications and grants based on the users’ own keywords.