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Citation Chasing Research Strategy

How to use Citation Chasing as a key strategy for finding scholarly literature on a topic

Find an Article From a Citation

After you have connected your Google Scholar account with Adler Libraries, you can easily find the full text of any article citation.

  1. Copy/Paste the Title of the Article into the Scholar Search Box and Click "Find Full Text" --this takes you to the Library Catalog
  2. To View the Article Online, Follow the Blue Link
  3. If the Full Text is Not Available, Place an Interlibrary Loan Request 

NOTE: Screenshots of these steps can be viewed below.

1. Copy/Paste the Title of the Article into the Scholar Search Box and Click "Find Full Text"

Screenshot showing when you copy/paste an article title in Google Scholar there is a link to Find Full Text

2. To View the Article Online, Follow the Blue Link

If the Full Text is Not Available, Place an Interlibrary Loan Request

NOTE:  The first time that you use Adler's Interlibrary Loan Service (ILLiad), you must register as a First Time User.
After that, you can login to ILLiad to place a request.

Screenshot of ILLiad login page