Answered By: Erin McDaniel
Last Updated: Jul 08, 2017     Views: 48

If you are looking for another professor's index, try searching for their name in Google Scholar within quotation marks ("John Smith"). If they maintain a Google Scholar profile, that should retrieve it.

There are other databases that maintain these metrics as well. Your university library will have access to these and the librarians there will be able to direct you to the best resources. 

If you are interested in tracking your own metrics, I've linked a guide from UIC below on conducting your own citation analysis. I've also linked to Google Scholar's metrics help page.

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