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Citation Tracking: Cited By Tracking

Learn to track, manage, and leverage research using citation tracking tools

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To citation track in Google Scholar first, conduct a search.

You can either search using relevant keywords to discover a new article, or if you know of your key article already you can search for that specific resource.

Once you have a list of resources, identify the specific resource you would like to investigate.

Now you can begin citation tracking other relevant articles that have cited the key paper by selecting 'Cited by #' beneath the reference.

When you selected 'Cited by #' Google Scholar will open a new window which shows you the papers that have cited the original key paper.

From here you can identify papers that might be relevant to your research topic, and if available, go to the resource location to view more information and the full text.

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