I need to know who has cited a work.

One way to find out who has cited the article is to use the "Cited By" tool in Google Scholar.

1. First, you will need to configure Google Scholar to link to the library's holdings information. From the Google Scholar home page, click on "Settings." 

Google Scholar landing page with the link for Settings highlighted.

2. Second, choose "Library Links" 

 Scholar Settings page with Library Links link highlighted.

3. Third, search for "Fresno State" and choose "CSU Fresno-Find it at Fresno State" 

Library Links page with "CSU Fresno-Find it at Fresno State" highlighted.

4. Now you will see an extra link in your Google Scholar results for articles or scholarly books that the library has in its collection. This link will take you to the "Find it at Fresno State" page which will tell you if the library has the resource online through one of our databases, in print, or on microfilm. If we don't have it, it will also give you the option to request the item through interlibrary loan. 

Google Scholar article result with the links for "Cited By" and "Find it at Fresno State" highlighted.

You will also see the "Cited by" link underneath the citation. From here you can link to other articles and books, indexed by Google Scholar, that have cited this work. While this method is not exact, it can give you a good sense of the book or article's impact and lead you to other scholars who have written on the same topic.