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Respiratory Care: ADVANCED SEARCH TECHNIQUES

QUICK TIPS: CAN'T FIND AN ARTICLE?

If you are having trouble locating a particular article, you can look up the title of the journal the article is published in on the Periodicals List to see if access is available through University Libraries. The video below demonstrates how to do this.

QUICK TIPS: NOT FINDING ANY ARTICLES?

One search strategy for finding more articles is to change your search terms.  The short tutorial below reviews a couple of ways to find additional search terms using features available in most databases.

QUICK TIPS: FINDING MORE ARTICLES BY CITATION ANALYSIS

Citation Analysis or Citation Chasing is a strategy for finding more articles.  Once you have identified an article that is relevant to your research you can "chase the citation" to find other articles that have cited the article.  The following video tutorials demonstrate how to chase citations in the using Google Scholar and the library database Scopus.

QUICK TIPS: FINDING MORE ARTICLES BY CITATION CHASING using Scopus