Answered By: Michael Bailou Huang
Last Updated: Oct 22, 2014     Views: 81

The Web of Science is available on the library's list of databases and is an excellent resource for locating papers that cite older articles. On the Web of Science tab, click on the Cited Reference Search link to find articles that cite a person's work. 

Enter information about the cited work. Fields are combined with the Boolean AND operator.

* Note: Entering the title, volume, issue, or page in combination with other fields may reduce the number of cited reference variants found. Also be aware that Citing Article counts are for all databases and all years, not just for your current database and year limits.

There is a useful tutorial in the upper right hand corner by clicking on the View our Cited Reference Search link.

You can also use the following link to access Web of Science.

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