Monday, February 12, 2007

Citation Checker - What a timesaver!

Checking citations in reading lists can be time consuming and a real bother. There is an easy way and it's called Citation linker. All you need to do is fill in the details from your citation into the Citation linker box and click on GO.

(Hint: the most important details are journal title, the volume and issue number, date and page numbers. There is no need to fill in the issn, DOI or pmid fields).
Citation Linker executes a search for your citation across the Library's online and print collections. If the Library holds the journal you are looking for the results of your search will either connect you to an online copy of the article if available or to the catalogue record for the journal if available in print.
Access to Citation Linker is available via the Library's home page in the Find Journals section or connect directly to Citation Linker here.
Ask Us if you need any help with Citation Linker

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