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A cited reference search will show you who has referenced your article and how many times.
Conducting a cited reference search is one way to assess the impact of an individual's publications for purposes of promotion and tenure.
This guide will outline the methods in which a New Paltz faculty member can perform a cited reference search and prepare their own cited reference report.
There is no single database that searches all citing data. You will need to search a variety of sources to get the most complete results.
The most comprehensive cited reference databases that our library has access to are:
The process of cited reference search has several challenges and limitations that you should keep in mind:
For help in using the resources highlighted in this guide, please request a research consultation with a reference librarian to discuss your specific needs.