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- Where Can I sign up for eTOC alerts?
- How do I know which lists I'm subscribed to?
- Does JSTOR have an RSS feed?
Where Can I sign up for eTOC alerts?
eTOC alerts inform researchers when new content within a publication has been added to JSTOR.
Only some journals on JSTOR have eTOC (electronic table of contents) alerts, however. Specifically, only journals with in the Journal Hosting Program (JHP, formerly Current Scholarship Program or CSP) have eTOC alerts.
Note: you will only be able to access new JHP titles if you are a member of a society, an individual subscriber, or a member of an institution that subscribes to the journal's newest issues. Check with your librarian to find out whether you have access to the PDF, or check the journal home page for more subscription information.
For a journal participating in JHP, you will see a notification to the right of the journal information: "Receive updates by email (eTOC)".
After clicking this link,fill out the form that opens in a new window. After submitting the form, you should see a confirmation message at the bottom of the page.
You will receive alerts for new content within this journal.
How do I know which lists I'm subscribed to?
To find out which eTOC alerts you have signed up for, please contact us.
Does JSTOR have an RSS feed?
At the moment JSTOR does not currently have RSS capabilities. For instant alerts on newly released, current titles, please see the above information about eTOC alerts.