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How to find citations: Faculty Aid: Home

Faculry Research at AUBG

From "Faculty Handbook"

“As an institution, AUBG places first emphasis on teaching, but also expects all regular faculty members to demonstrate an appropriate level of engagement both in scholarly or creative work and in service to the institution or to its mission in the broader community.”

“As noted in the accreditation standards, faculty teaching at the graduate level are expected to have the academic qualifications, record of scholarly contributions, and professional experience relevant to teaching graduate students.”

 

“Professionally Competent Performance

3.9.2 RESEARCH AND CREATIVE ACTIVITY: Some of the following apply.

•The faculty member has published article(s) in peer reviewed journals, has published book(s) in a manner appropriate to the discipline, has had a positive review of a submitted grant application, or has published other work appropriate to the discipline. “

Citation Analysis

In this guide you will find:

  • General information how to search databases to find sources citing journal articles and books 
  • How to use bibliographic and scientometric databases: ScopusWeb of ScienceGoogle Scholar
  • How to access citation styles resources
  • How to use a reference manager Mendeley

 

Citation Analisys

Citation analysis is the process whereby the impact or "quality" of an article is assessed by counting the number of times other authors mention it in their work.It helps:

  • Understand the reach of your research
  • Identify patterns in the way your work is used
  • Benchmark yourselves  against your peers
  • Lend credibility to your resumes
  • Set objective targets for your publications

Training and support

Panitza Library

Reference assistance hours:

Monday - Friday  8:00 - 17:00

Inquiries are received and responses made in-person in the library, electronically by mail, using electronic form, phone (888 354, 888341), or through the chat.

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