Answered By: Laura Wimberley Last Updated: Jun 12, 2018 Views: 159
Oviatt does have a subscription to Web of Science/Web of Knowledge, the most well-known citation index.
For a less precise but broader citation index (including citations from books), try Google Scholar. How to details are available here: https://scholar.google.com/intl/us/scholar/citations.html
- If you want to see which articles cite a specific article, just go to scholar.google.com, type in the title and author, and find the match in the results. Directly under the title will be a link to Cited by, with a count and a link to see all of those articles.
- If you want to create a report of all articles that have cited anything you've written (for your PIF or PAF), then you'll need to set up a profile with a Google Account. That will give you a constantly updated report of citations for all of your work.