Google Scholar Citations provide a simple way for authors to keep track of citations to their articles. You can check who is citing your publications, graph citations over time, and compute several citation metrics.
Google Scholar Citations lets you track citations to your publications over time.
Brief tutorial on setting up the My Citations feature of Google Scholar to track who's citing your publications.
Google Scholar generates BibTeX citations which can be imported into a .bib file or citation database. To download BibTeX citation go to Google Scholar and search for a publication.
Three tools that use Google Scholar (GS) as a data source were used to identify citations from 30 of the most influential information scientists (15 from the U.S. and 15 from the UK). Scholarometer is the best tool to recommend overall.
Google Scholar crawls the web for 'scholarly content' but without defining this or which sites it uses or misses.
Whenever you have a new article or citations, your followers will be notified by email. 3. An up-to-date, hyperlinked list of your publications and citations Once you have collected your publications on your profile, Google Scholar will automatically identify new material to be added.
Just as we thought there was no efficient way to resolve this issue, I attended a session at AALL on Google Scholar and discovered My Citations, a new tool which aims to create the equivalent of an authority files for an individual author.
It makes several suggestions for improving Google Scholar. Finally, it concludes that Google Scholar provides a free alternative or complement to other citation indexes. Keywords: Citation index, Search engine, Scholarly material, Webometrics.
This is what I ended up ahving: if I search "jalal hawari" google scholar citation I won't directly get my page BUT if I open the google citation of a colleague THEN I can open mine by pressing "my citation" at the borttom of the scholar page of a colleague.