Staying up to date with the literature is perhaps the most important skill that every researcher should have. But you may find it difficult to integrate this task into your daily routine.
Another challenge lies in the immense amount of new papers that constantly gets published. To keep up with new published papers, you may use a combination of RSS feeds from journals in your field, updates feature in Google Scholar, Table of Contents email alerts, or any of the other tools that help you hear about new papers early.
Scibey helps researchers follow journals in their areas of research. Once you click the Follow button of a particular journal on Scibey, you can see the newly published articles instantly on your Scibey Pulication Feeds page. You can even follow particular keywords to narrow down the scope of the articles you can see on your Scibey Publication Feeds page. Once a new article, tagged with any of your followed keywords, gets published, it will be listed on your Scibey Publication Feeds page.
How can I manage the list of my followed journals?
You can navigate to the My Journals page where you will see the list of your followed journals. You can navigate to the table of contents of the journal. Also you have the option to unfollow a particular journal.
How can I manage my list of followed keywords?
You can navigate to the My Keywords page where you can see the list of your followed keywords. You can navigate the articles tagged with the keyword. Also you have the option to unfollow a particular keyword.
How can I find a particular journal on Scibey?
You can use the search bar on top area of Scibey website by typing journal's title, E-ISSN, Print ISSN or even any search terms.