#427 Google Scholar “cited by” search to find relevant recent research

Google Scholar has lots of useful tips and tricks to help with your research. In this video we have a look at the “cited by” search option and the “related article” search. The cited by search shows you all the articles Google Scholar can find that have cited your original paper. This is a great way to help you locate more up to date and relevant research. If you are looking for similar papers to one you have found, try the related articles search to bring up research in similar topics.

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