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These tools can make it easier for you to stay current in your field and what's happening in higher education. Other tools like Twitter, Feedly or IFTT might also be useful.
Most academic journals encourage you to sign up for an email alert, RSS feed, or to follow the journal via social media. Look for these options in a utility location - try the top right-hand side of the page.
Use your MCPHS email address to create a personal account and get full access to the Chronicle of Higher Education.
An app/mobile friendly site where you can browse, read and stay current on journals of choice (from the MCPHS collection).
Want to go directly to a journal? Consider starting with one this list - either for continuing your own research or for publishing it. The linked titles go directly to the MCPHS journal subscription.
The Libraries subscribe to a large number of online resources that include research and insight on issues in teaching and learning. Most subject-specific databases include some teaching-focused content; the resources highlighted here are a sample of the resources that include articles on teaching and learning.