JournalTOCs – a convenient way to follow your favorite journals

I just came across JournalTOCs. It is a website for, and I am quoting, “anyone who’s looking for the latest or most current papers published in the scholarly literature with international coverage”. It is a free service with a very large searchable collection of scholarly journal Tables of Contents (TOCs).

The JournalTOCs webpage with the TOC for the ‘ecosystems’ journal

What I particularly like is that you can save your search results directly to your Zotero collection. Citation can be “grabbed” simply by clicking on a book icon Zotero newspaper icon Zotero document icon Zotero folder icon in your web browser address bar if available on this web page. The citation information displayed on the screen is then saved to your Zotero collection with little or no additional effort.

You can also easily subscribe to the RSS feed of the journals. In addition, you can search or browse by subject, journal or publishes. All in all, something that might be worthwhile exploring a bit more if you are need to keep track of what is being published in your area of interest.

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I am a tropical forest ecologist with a focus on spatial and temporal patterns and processes at population and ecosystem level. I am furthermore very interested in issues related to conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity and natural resources under current and future climates. I have worked in the Middle East (Syria and Lebanon) and South America (Brazil) and in Eastern Africa (Kenya).
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4 Responses to JournalTOCs – a convenient way to follow your favorite journals

  1. Jens says:

    Wow ! great news! thanks for sharing

  2. Narayanankutty Narat says:

    Great to see JournalTOCs news. It is not just following your favorite journals, but your favorite journals will follow you too with a facility to track the number of followers. Highly useful and I am using this for the last 5 months!!!. Great to use the customized JournalTOCs.

  3. Slight typo: the ssr feed
    should be: the RSS feed

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