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Finding Additional Information
If you have located an excellent article, you may wish to see who has cited that article as a strategy for finding more literature.
These three sources are using for finding cited by information for journal articles.
Sample 1: "Starting the Conversation: An Exploratory Study of Factors That Influence Student Office Hour Use"
Web of Science
Provides access to multiple science and social science databases: Arts & Humanities Citation Index (1975 - present), Social Sciences Citation Index (1956 - present), Science Citation Index (1900 - present), Conference Proceedings Citation Index-Science (1990 - present), and Conference Proceedings Citation Index-Social Science & Humanities (1990 - present). Also includes Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI).
A search engine providing access to both freely available and subscription based resources including articles, theses, books, preprints, abstracts, conference proceedings and technical .