Google Scholar Citations

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Google Scholar Citations providing a simple way from which you can keep track of citations to their articles. It allows you to verify who is citing your publications, graph citations over time, and compute several citation metrics. In order to appear in Google Scholar results when people search by the name, you can make your profile as public. Additionally, you can add groups of related articles not just one article at a time. Accordingly, the citation metrics are computed and updated automatically as Google Scholar finds a new citation to your work. Using Google Scholar, you can make a list of articles updated automatically, review your articles or manually update the articles whenever you want. It can boost the worldwide visibility and accessibility of your content on articles. 

Library Support

It's mission is to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. Google Scholar made easier to access your library through electronic and print resources by your patrons when they are using Google Scholar scholar.google.com. The easier ways are library search and library links. Google Scholar Library links are article level links to subscription full text for patrons to access the electronic and print resources of library. This library links program works best for electronic resources like journal and conference articles. In order to sign up for library links, you're required to open URL-compatible link resolver such as SFX from Ex Libris, Link source from EBSCO, 360 Link from serials solutions, or webbridge from innovative interfaces. It supports several small vendors and regional products. To get included of your link resolver into Google Scholar, you need to contact the vendor. For that, vendor will ask you to fill the registration form which contains your subscriber IPs and text of the IP link. Accordingly, the vendor will augment the data with your electronic holdings and make this data available to the automatic indexing system. The links will be visible in Google Scholar within a week or from the time vendor makes your available to the search robots. You can also contact the vendor if you want to make any changes to your link resolver or remove it entirely. In explanation to this, you need to ask the old vendor to remove the old record when you're moving to a different product. Again, ask the new vendor to add the product. Once the vendor makes a change with the new record, it will automatically update within one week or when the vendor make it visible to search robots. Library search in which you can offer links to book catalogs where the patron can check local availability of a book or request for a library loan. It is essentially designed for print resources like textbooks and monographs. You'll need to participate in a union catalog such as OCLC's open worldcat. Specifically, the participant's bibliographic records has been automatically made visible to the automatic indexing system. After that, it will index these records and link to the union catalog pages which lead to link to the catalog of your library.

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