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ARTH 396 - Art and Architectural Treasures of the Vatican -: Citation Chasing

Chasing Citations

Citation chasing is the practice of following references listed in a scholarly book or article. It's a good way to find sources that are closely related to your topic, if you have starting with at least one source that's already useful.

Process / tips:

  • Determine whether the publication you're seeking is a book, book chapter, or an article.
  • For books, search by book title in the library's catalog, or catalog plus.
  • For articles, search by journal title using periodical title search. (You could also try the article name in Catalog Plus, however this is not as reliable.) If the library has this journal, compare the date range held against the date your article was published.
  • If SCAD does not have the book or article you're seeking, request it via inter-library loan. We will ask another college or university to provide a copy.

Locate Periodicals By Title

Search below for journals, magazines and newspapers by title (e.g., Design Issues, Artforum, New York Times).

Search for electronic periodicals

Search for printed periodicals
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Classic Catalog

Locate books, ebooks, DVDs, theses, reserves, and special collections materials.

Catalog Plus

Search the majority of SCAD Libraries' digital and physical collections - locate news, magazine and journal articles, books and ebooks, digital images, and more.