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Search alert for books in OneSearch
To set up a search alert:
- Sign in to OneSearch
- Conduct a search
(To see books only, select the Resource Type: Books from the Refine my Results options)
- At the top of the search results page, click on the Save Query link
- When you search is saved you will get a message at the top of the screen. Clicking on the Turn on notification for this query link will set up an email alert for any new resources added to OneSearch based on your search query.
- You will receive an email periodically when new items that matches your query are found in OneSearch
New titles, worldwide
You can browse newly-published books on the web pages of many libraries, publishers, and online booksellers. Email and RSS alerting services for specific subject areas or search terms can help keep you up-to-date.
Useful sources for finding books include:
Allows you to search the collections of libraries around the world. Updated daily. Register for an account to create lists of library items you'd like to keep track of or share with others. Video Tutorial - How to use WorldCat Lists
National Australian 'discovery service', providing access to print, electronic, pictorial, newspaper, research, map, music & archival material. Search alerts are available: look for the RSS feed button at the bottom of the search page.
A supplier of US, UK, European, and Australasian publications. (Formerly DADirect) Register to create and receive email alerts.
Giant online retailer; useful source to identify newly published books.
Powered by Bowker's Books in Print database. Allows you to search 20 million book titles to quickly search for what's new. Apps for iPad and Android available.
Request a new book
Do you have title recommendation for us? Let us know!
- Find out more about recommending new titles here.
- Contact your Faculty librarians
Want to find out which of the latest books are worth reading? Book reviews in journals and newspapers are a good place to start. Here are some sources of reviews:
Recent Australian publications