Last Updated: Sep 19, 2022     Views: 220

Citation tracking involves identifying articles, books, and materials that have been cited by others. There are a number of tools available; however, no single database covers everything. Searching across several is necessary to ensure the best coverage.


  • Check who is citing your publications, graph citations over time, and compute several citation metrics.
  • Go to Google Scholar Citations and click on the Get Started box


  • Interdisciplinary archive of scholarly journals. May not cover the most recent issues.
  • Search dropdown > Citation Locator > enter title and author information > select journal from dropdown list > click Search > click on article title > on the right, look for Items Citing This Item


  • Online through the Web of Science for a fee. USAHEC does not subscribe. 
  • Ask one of our Research Librarians about accessing it at a local library > email or call 717-245-4300

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