IAP 2008: Flavors of Citation Searching

Posted January 19th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

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Have your ever used the Web of Science to find citations? Have you used Google Scholar? Perhaps you have used citation links in journal articles. This session will explore the different ways you can use citation searching to identify literature on a subject. The concept of citation searching has been around for over 50 years, but it has evolved with the technology. Several methods will be explored including the Web of Science, Journal Citation Reports, Google Scholar, Research Index (CiteSeer), ScienceDirect, PROLA, GeoScienceWorld, and Citation Bridge (US Patents). Come and share your own citation searching methods.

WHEN: Monday, January 28, 2 -3 pm

WHERE: 14N-132, DIRC

Contact Michael M Noga with any questions.

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