Many article-focused databases allow you to save searches, which you can rerun at a later time to update your original search
These databases also often allow you to send alerts yourself about new records that have been added to the database that satisfy the search(es) you have saved. This is an efficient way to find out what new articles or other materials are newly available that may be of interest to you. You can remove alerts or saved searches when you no longer need them.
Saving searches and setting alerts usually requires creating an account for yourself on the database's platform, for example, EBSCOhost or ProQuest.
Another way to keep current is to have tables of contents (TOC) alerts for journals that are highly relevant to your topic or general disciplinary interests automatically sent to you as the TOCs are published. This can be done through the publishers' websites for the journals you're interested in or through Current Contents Connect, which is one component of the Web of Science product.
To identify additional related titles, you can search the UNH Library catalog and/or Worldcat (FirstSearch or Books & Media Worldwide) using the following subject headings. For the broader categories, refining the date of publication is recommended to limit results to more recent publications.