What are citation databases?


What are citation databases?

A citation database is a form of bibliographic index which provides a record of citations between publications, enabling a user to see which publications have cited which other publications. Such a database will show which authors have cited a publication and how many times an author has been cited.

What are some library databases?

To see a complete list of databases, use the Database Library….Top 10 Databases.

Database Name Subject Area
ABI/Inform Business (More info…)
Academic Search General (Multidisciplinary) (More info…)
Google Scholar General (Multidisciplinary) (More info…)
JSTOR General (Multidisciplinary) (More info…)

What is database sources in research?

Answer. A database is a searchable collection of information. In library research, a database is where you find journal articles. Each database contains thousands of articles which you can search for simultaneously and quickly to find articles with higher relevancy than searching in individual journals.

Is Britannica reliable source?

The Encyclopedia Britannica contains carefully edited articles on all major topics. The articles in Britannica are written by authors both identifiable and credible..

What company owns Britannica?

Jacqui Safra

Is a note a primary source?

Primary sources provide first-hand testimony or direct evidence concerning a topic under investigation. (Handwritten notes could be published; the published book might be digitized or put on microfilm, but those notes are still primary sources in any format).

What is not a primary source?

Materials that are NOT primary sources include: Books written after a historical event by someone who was not involved in the event. Books are considered Secondary Sources. Statistics compiled about a historical event (for example, a tally of the number of dead in a battle)

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