Zetoc: The monitoring and search service for global research publications

Welcome to Zetoc. We are one of the world’s most comprehensive research databases, giving you access to over 29,000 journals and more than 52 million article citations and conference papers through the British Library’s electronic table of contents.

Keeping pace with your peers, staying up to date with new research, and expanding your field of knowledge has never been so simple. We make it easy for you to set-up personalised email Zetoc Alerts or RSS feeds to track the latest articles or journal titles related to your interests. In most cases, you can access abstracts or the full text of articles, depending on your institution’s subscription arrangements.

Our service is free for members of Jisc-sponsored UK higher and further education institutions, research councils. Among our subscribers are NHS organisations in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, and a number of other institutions are also eligible to subscribe.


Zetoc Alert – Access

Set up, modify and delete email alerts


Search for citations of journal articles and conference proceedings


Zetoc RSS – Access

Set up RSS feeds for journals

If you use Zetoc or Zetoc Alerts you are agreeing to be bound by the Conditions of Use.

Zetoc: Always improving

In line with our quest for continual improvement and user satisfaction, if you have any comments about the Zetoc service we would welcome your feedback.

You can also join the Zetoc mailing list where all future Zetoc news and information/updates regarding the service will be posted: mimas-zetoc@jiscmail.ac.uk

Testimonials

“It's great to wake up to the latest publications in your inbox!”

Zetoc Survey 2014 feedback

“Relevant content is delivered directly to my email and there are direct links to the abstracts and full papers.”

Zetoc Survey 2014 feedback

“INCREDIBLE service, can't recommend enough”

Zetoc Survey 2014 feedback

"Apropos of nothing, the best PhD tip I ever received was to sign up for Zetoc alerts for new journal articles."

Twitter feedback 2015

Service Information
Weds 1st July: Service maintenance work in progress, the service should be considered at risk today.

Need Help?

If you experience any problems with the service please contact the Zetoc helpdesk at zetoc@mimas.ac.uk

Additionally we would welcome any feedback on how the Zetoc service can be improved.

Future enhancements will be announced on the Zetoc mailing list mimas-zetoc@jiscmail.ac.uk