Answered By: Trudi Pledger
Last Updated: Mar 14, 2018     Views: 18

You can find out who has cited a paper or article doing the following checks:

Google Scholar

Type the article title in quotation marks in the search box then search. Under each result it shows whether the article has been cited. Click on the link “Cited by …” and this shows a list of papers who have referenced the work.

Web of Science

Type the article title in the search box then search. Next to each result it shows whether the article has been cited. Click on the number that follows Times Cited to bring up the list of where the article has been cited.

Scopus

Type in the article title in the search box then search. To view all the papers that have cited the article click on the number at the end of the result line.  

 

Web of Science and Scopus can be accessed via A – Z of Resources on the Library’s iCity pages.

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