There are many ways to stay up-to-date with new journal publications:
Most alert services are offered as emails or RSS Feeds.
A Table of Contents (TOC) service alerts you each time a new issue of a journal is published. Links to full-text articles are sometimes provided.
You will need to register with the database or journal. This is usually free.
Some major publishers with TOC alerts include:
JournalTOCs is a free service for journal tables of contents (TOCs) alerts. It covers 23,918 journals (including 7,514 selected Open Access journals) from 2159 publishers.
Simply create an account and select the journals for which you want to receive alerts.
A Search Alert notifies you of new articles that match a search you have saved. This can alert you to new articles in a given subject area, by a certain author, or containing specific keywords.
Examples of databases that offer search alerts include:
Some databases can alert you when a particular author is cited or has a new work added. For example: