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Engineering Management

Keep up to date

Keeping up to date for the progress of your research by creating:

  • Table of contents alerts
  • Saved searches alerts
  • Cited articles alerts
  • Cited author alerts 

You can usually set up a TOCs alert through the publisher's home page for a journal.

 You can set a saved search alert through Google Scholar, but you should have a gmail account.

Most databases have the saved search alert feature,but the below databases are the most comprehensive and you can also use them to create cited article alert and cited author alert (Note: you have to register in these databases in order to be able to set search alerts).

  • Scopus
    Scopus is a comprehensive, bibliographic database covering scientific, medical, technical and social science subjects.
  • Web of Knowledge
    Web of Knowledge provides seamless access to the Science Citation Expanded, Social Sciences Citation Index, Arts & Humanities Citation Index, and Medline.


Social media

Social media and online professional networks help you to make contacts in your chosen area of interest.  Some examples of these tools and networks are:
The National Academic Mailing List Service is a service designed specifically for the further and higher education and research communities.
An independent academic networking service founded by scientists, with a strong focus on science, technology, engineering and medicine.
A real-time information network. Find the accounts you find most relevant and interesting and follow the conversations.

International journal of Production Economics (TOC RSS Feed)

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Journal of Management in Engineering(TOC RSS Feed)

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