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Staying current with your research

Using alerting services to receive latest published information on your research topic.

Alerting services

Alerting services provide you with current information on your area/s of research or interest. This is an excellent way to keep informed of the latest research information. Alerting services are available from subscription databases, LibrarySearch, publisher’s web pages and other web resources.

Alerting services utilise different methods of delivery. These include receiving alerts via email or by accessing an RSS feed. For more information on RSS feeds and Readers see the tab titled Internet resources.

Scopin' out Scopus: Strategic publishing and quality metrics

Research publications that appear in Scopus are often regarded as meeting an important standard of research quality. This session examines Scopus and will cover:

  • Strategies for identifying relevant publications to publish your research in
  • Quality measures for comparing journals
  • Author metrics available in Scopus, including altmetrics
  • Considerations and steps to make your research more discoverable

Wednesday 14 July 2021, 2:00-3:00 pm

Register for the webinar