CiteTrack Alerts services are freely available to all users of HighWire.
To participate in CiteTrack Alerts, you simply need to provide an email address to which the alert is
sent. CiteTrack Alerts allows you to track topics and authors in any of the participating journals.
You or your institution will need a subscription to see the full text for articles you are alerted
to in other journals.
|CiteTrack Alerts will alert you by email
whenever new content in
a participating journal
is published that matches criteria based on the topics, authors and articles you want to track:
- Tell CiteTrack Alerts which words or subjects to watch for in new content.
- Be alerted whenever key authors you are following publish a new paper.
- Know whenever a paper of interest to you is referenced by another paper or letter.
||CiteTrack Alerts checks for content matching your criteria in new
issues of journals you've asked it to monitor.
receive an email any time matching content is found in new issues,
one email for each new issue of each
journal you are tracking.
|Many journals are currently participating and more
are added all the time.
||Alerts include citations (authors, title, journal
name, volume and page) and URLs for articles that match your criteria in
each journal you are tracking.
comes as its own email to remind you of the
alert-criteria. Each set of criteria can be a separate alert.You control how many articles you want to see
cited in each alert, but you can ask the system to show you more
subsequently. You determine for how long each alert will operate,
and whether it is delivered in plain text or HTML.
||After you have signed in with either your user name and password
(for journal subscribers) or your email address, you can set up, review, and change alerts in several ways:
First, by going to
your personal CiteTrack Alerts directory page,
which is also accessible via the '
Subscriptions' button on most pages in the journal.
Second, by clicking on the links found on search results -- to
set up an author or topic alert based on your current search --
and articles -- to set up a citation alert based on an article you
||Suggestions and tips to make sure your alerts are set up correctly.
||If you have suggestions, questions or comments for
us to improve this feature, we would welcome your comments via
the Feedback form.