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Publishing and Presenting

Specific Databases

Where to look

To begin the process of determining who is citing your work, you will need a complete and accurate list of your publications.

Be aware that no single source will have all the information you need to see who has cited your work. Resources cover different journals and publication types.

Two good places to start -- Google Scholar and Highly cited.

 Highly cited is a free resource from Clarivate to assist with finding cited authors.

You may also want to consider more specific databases.

A paid resource is Web of Science, many large universities subscribe. AdventHealth offers access at the hospital in Orlando.

Other Helpful Guides

More on measuring your impact

Resources listed on these guides are compiled by librarians at the R.A. Williams Library. We accept content recommendations, and after review, may include suggested resources on a guide. Our time is limited, so we generally do not reply to unsolicited recommendations from individuals not affiliated with AdventHealth University or notify them regarding whether or not we have linked to suggested content.