GetCITED

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GetCITED was a website database that listed publication and citation information on academic articles whose information was entered by members. It aimed to include journal articles, book chapters and other publications, both peer-reviewed and non-reviewed.[1] The objective was to make this information publicly available, as such information is held in restricted databases. It indexed over 3,000,000 publications from over 300,000 authors.

Its last copyright amendment was in 2013 and it has largely been supplanted by other tools including Google Scholar. The website ceased to function in mid-2014.

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  1. ^ Paul R. Burden, A subject guide to quality Web sites, Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 2010, p. 451

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