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Cited Reference Searching: Tracking Research Over Time

Tuesday, February 14th 1:00-2:00pm
IC Room 120

Cited reference searching allows you to track the flow of research by identifying references that cite or are cited by other scholarly sources. Cited Reference searching helps find new research based on earlier research, and can identify how many times and where a paper is cited. Discover how cited reference searching can assist you in your research, and learn how to do a cited reference search using the Web of Science database and Google Scholar.

All classes are approximately one hour and will take place in the Klarchek Information Commons IC120 unless otherwise noted. All classes are free and open to students, staff and faculty. Reservations are not required, but space is limited. To reserve a space please send an email to cud-ref@luc.edu. For further information visit the list of classes and workshops.

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