Pros: You have access to many full text journals and magazines in the EBSCO databases, and EBSCO TOCs are the only TOCs that will take you to that content. Plus, you can set up TOC alerts for a lot of different journals and magazines using one EBSCO account.
Cons: It is harder to set up TOC alerts in EBSCO than in JournalTOCs. Also, EBSCO TOC alerts occasionally stop working properly, requiring you to set them up again.
EBSCOHost is available to all Alaskans and includes general interest magazines, newspapers and academic journals. Some journals includes full text articles.
STEP 1: Find the title in an EBSCOHost database. Try one of these methods:
STEP 2: Sign in with your EBSCO account. If you don't have an account. Set one up. It's free! If you have not created an EBSCO account before, once you find a publication in an EBSCO database, choose "Sign In" then "Create a new Account."
STEP 3: Set up your TOC alert.
When setting up your alert, we recommend choosing the detailed alert format. Also, remember to enter your email address.
The journal alert email contains a link to the new issue in the EBSCOhost databases.
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