Your Swem liaisons are happy to help you gather information for your tenure and promotion portfolios.
We have several databases that are particularly helpful for finding your citation information:
- Some ProQuest databases contain a "cited by" link for each article.
- PubMed has the related articles and "cited by" features.
- SciVerse has the "cited by" in Scopus feature.
- Web of Science includes Science Citation Index, Social Science Citation Index, and Arts and Humanities Citation Index.
Don't forget: Google Scholar also has the "cited by" feature for thousands of books and articles, and Google Scholar Metrics can be very useful for finding h-factors and recent citations to your articles and books.
Contact Martha Higgins.