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1 Online Searching, 4 th ed. Chapter 8 America: History & Life Search Example 3: Searching Cited References (Bonus: Quick look at the CLIO Notes feature) pp. 161 – 162 Librarian’s Guide to Cultivating Database Skills for Research and Instruction
2 Finding publications that have cited Doris Kearns Goodwin’s No Ordinary Time: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt: The Home Front in World War II, published in 1994 (as in the textbook – this search, ready to run. How different from the Web of Science!)
3 These links are inactive now, but keep an eye on them… they turn out to be toggles for going back and forth between the 2 lists OK – but be prepared, not every cited reference HAS citing articles… Ex. No citing article(s): Ex. Has citing article(s):
4 I selected all the entries on the first page of results that DID have a checkbox – and clicked the “Find Citing Articles” button. And voila… Notice the change in the “Cited References Citing Articles” links. Citing Articles is now grey because you are ON that display. Clicking Cited References will take you back to the initial list of results – various ways Goodwin’s book has been cited. Think back to the Cited Reference Index in the Web of Science; it’s like that.
5 Bonus: a quick look at the CLIO* Notes feature *Full disclosure: I have no idea what “CLIO” stands for. I should find out. (samples from the list)
6 Examples of what’s listed under “The Seventies”… Hmm. Chicano Movement? Never heard of that…
7 Etc., more paragraphs Explanation, inspiration, and direction – what a neat tool! (Kiss that “I don’t know what to write about” excuse goodbye…) Explanation, inspiration, and direction – what a neat tool! (Kiss that “I don’t know what to write about” excuse goodbye…)