ScienceDirect now has RSS feeds
ScienceDirect RSS feeds allow you to see when new articles, new cited references, citations or search results are available on ScienceDirect.
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based syndication format for distributing content on the Web. ScienceDirect offers XML-based feeds so you can receive updates on your desktop of all newly loaded content matching your RSS criteria. Each feed contains links to articles on ScienceDirect. ScienceDirect content is refreshed every day. ScienceDirect feeds are in RSS 2.0 format.
For more information, please see: About RSS and refer to the section on 'Subscribing to an RSS Feed'.
For more detailed information on RSS feeds, see 'Blogging as a tool: innovative approaches to information access' and 'Using RSS to increase user awareness of e-resources in academic libraries' . Please refer to the section 'What is RSS? How does it work? What is a feedreader?' to help understand what RSS feeds are and how they can help you in keeping uptodate with new research information available from a variety of electronic databases available from the Drexel University Libraries.