How to locate more recently published research

Do you ever find yourself thinking, “I’d like to see if there are more recently published articles on my topic, but I’m not sure how to go about doing it”?

On most of our library resources such as Library Search, you can filter or sort your results to show the most recently published resources at the top of your list.

But what if you already have some journal articles and you want to know if anyone has referred to them since that paper was published?

Or maybe you are looking at the references list at the end of a journal article, and you want to access some of those items?

Michelle, one of our Academic Liaison Librarians, has produced this excellent video on how to locate more recently published research using citation trails or cited reference searching. The video covers 3 ways to do this – Google Scholar, journal web pages and Library Search.

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