To organize your research and obtain notifications of newly published content on your topic of interest, you may wish to set up a "My EBSCOhost" account. The account is free, and enables you to organize content you gather from EBSCO databases into folders and create journal, search, and RSS feed alerts. For instance, these are all EBSCO databases:
For more information, view the video tutorial below.
To become aware of newly published content that might be in your area of research interest, you may want to set up a subscription to RSS feeds for e-journals. You can do this through RSS feed readers (Feedly is one, for example). Ask someone at the TML Reference Desk if you need assistance.
#1 Did you know you can configure Google Scholar to show you items that BC owns?
When you perform searches, you will then see "Find it at BC" links next to items the libraries have in their collections.
#2 Check out the free browser plug-in, Kopernio, for an easy way to retrieve PDFs to subscribed and free content.