HELP >> Keeping up to Date
There are several ways within the ICL site to keep up to date with some of the published literature, particularly in chiropractic. Check ICL’s home page frequently to view updates on our Twitter feed. Join our LinkedIn group and follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Updated December 27, 2016.
Every new issue indexed in ICL is automatically captured through the links on this page. From here you can browse the last few years of ICL journal records for the journals currently indexed in ICL. Links to PubMed records and PubMed Central journal archives are also included, where available.
My ICL Alerts
Register an account in My ICL in order to save search histories (My Searches) and collections of records (My Collections).
Set up e-mailed alerts: When you save a search you are prompted to set up alerts that match your searches; you can even choose the day and frequency of e-mailed alerts. See also ICL Search Tips; Managing Results with My ICL
eTOCs / E-mailed Tables of Contents
Most journals now offer this service – tables of contents e-mailed to your desktop. See our Journal Directory to link to the home pages of the journals indexed in ICL, and follow the links to the eTOCs subscription pages. For some major journals not indexed in ICL, select a journal from the Journal Social Media pages. Example: New Content Alerts for JMPT.
On these pages we have included links to Facebook, Twitter and RSS feeds for major journals of interest to chiropractors. Some are indexed in ICL. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary, and is a newsfeed technology that allows readers to subscribe to frequently updated content. You can read the feeds right from the ICL site, or subscribe to them and read them through the newsreader of your choice. We have also included links to eTOCs (e-mailed tables of contents) where available. (See more on eTOCs, above.)
My NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information)
Set up a personal account in PubMed. Here you can save PubMed searches and collections, set up e-mail alerts, and customize your PubMed experience. Tutorial
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