Keep up to date with research in your field by setting up a database search alert.
Many databases offer email alerts for newly published journal articles, book chapters, and conference papers.
Two main types of journal alerts are:
You usually need to create an account for the database or website where you access the journal to create the alert. Most library databases provide alert services. Check database help pages for more information.
You can find a specific article by searching for its title in MultiSearch.
For example: Rampai, T., Lang, C.I. & Sigalas, I. 2013, "Investigation of MAX phase/c-BN composites", Ceramics International, vol. 39, no. 5, pp. 4739-4748.
If you can't find an article by searching for its title, try searching for the journal name instead.
In this case search for "ceramics international". Click Online access then click on the link provided to browse through a list of issues to find your article.
If the journal is in our print collection you will need to request it from the Automated Retrieval Collection.
No full-text? Postgrad + can request from other libraries via Interlibrary Loan.