Subscribing to Table of Contents and Topic Alerts
To obtain the most recently published articles from journals in your field, create a subscription to the table of contents. You can also create topic and keyword search alerts in library databases. The subscription or alert will send content to your RSS feed or email any time new content is published for a particular title, topic or author.
Library Search Topic Feeds
Allows you to search multiple types of sources and databases at once for a particular topic or keyword search. Create and run a keyword or topic search and then click the Share link to create an email or RSS feed alert for that search. You will receive a weekly email listing any new content published containing the keywords in the search.
Subject Specific Database RSS Topic Feeds
Choose a specific subject database and create a keyword or topic search. You can then have an email or RSS feed sent for that search any time new content matches your search criteria in that subject database. Some subject specific databases will require you create a personal account.
The largest free collection of scholarly journal table of contents from the Heriot Watt University. You will need to register an account and can follow up to 30 journal titles. You can save followed journals in your JournalTOC account or export them into your feed reader as an OPML file. JournalTOC Help
Publisher websites often have the most current content. You can frequently find links to table of content RSS feed or email alerts on each journal's webpage. This will keep you the most up-to-date but you may have to register for an account with some publishers.
Google Alerts and Google+
While Google no longer has a feed reader application, it does have Google Alerts and Google+ where you can search for and follow current content information. Note of caution, however. Google Alerts are only sent if the mention makes it into the top Google news, web and blog search results.