Tutt Library Research Guides
Expand you searching for articles beyond keyword searches.
Authors: After identifying important articles in your area, search for more articles by those authors.
Organizations: Organizations publish reports. If you identify a relevant organization (a think-tank, an institute, NGO, IGO, etc.), search for that organization as an author.
Descriptors: Also, search databases based on good articles you've read: 1. use the descriptors used by the database for the article in new searches.
Advanced Search Screen: there are many options such as document type (case studies, book chapters, etc.), language or geographic limiters, and so on.
Web of Science contains scholarly citation Indexes:
Find influential articles and track citation usage.
Find what newer articles have used the original it since it was published.
Recommended for advanced users.
A Citation Map with forward and backward views. Source: Web of Science (Thomson Reuters)
Databases and catalogs can often use language that is offensive or outdated. Remember to try searching a variety of keywords-- even if it's not a term you prefer or would use yourself.