COE: Citation Searching and Management for Tenure and Promotion

Ask for Assistance!

The multitude of miscellaneous sources in this guide can be overwhelming.  We've tried to provide basic directions for many of them, but you may still run into roadblocks.  Feel free to ask for help!  We aren't experts in many of these sources, but we do know how to track down answers when we can't come up with our own. 

Contact us:
Carla Buss - cbuss@uga.edu  
Nadine Cohen - ncohen@uga.edu
or use the library's chat reference service, available in the box to your left or on the library homepage.

Welcome

This guide will point you to multiple sources containing citations to your work, evaluations of the journals that have published your work, and free software that allows you organize an online report of your published scholarship. 

Further Reading

Lear, B. (2012). New journals in education and psychology: General trends, discoverability, and ubiquitous journals of the decade, 2000-2009.  College & Research Libraries 73(3).

O'Brien, N. (2001). Journals of the century in education. Serials Librarian 39(3).

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