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Alerting Services: Table of Contents, Saved Search, Citation Alerts, & RSS Feeds: Saved Search/Topic Alerts

What are Saved Search Alerts?

Search alerts are automated database searches that periodically run saved search parameters and send an email notification when new results are found.  Search alerts are a feature of many of the Library’s research databases.   Many associations, organizations, and publishers also offer search alerts.

Google Alerts

Google Alerts are email updates of the latest relevant Google results (web, news, etc.) based on your queries.

After you enter a search, on the results page click on the option on the left. Complete form

and click Create Alert.

Government Alerts

Databases with Saved Search or Topic Alerts

Associations, Organizations, Publishers offering Search Alerts