Q: How do I access Google Scholar?


Google Scholar is a free search tool available on the web at or through the library website. Instead of searching what's called the "open web," Google Scholar only searches scholarly sources like peer-reviewed journals, conference materials, and educational websites.

Going to Google Scholar through the library webpage means that Google Scholar will link directly to articles that are available in library databases.

  1. Go to the "Find a Database" list on our library homepage. All databases are listed here in alphabetical order.
    The "Find a Database" link is located directly under SuperSearch.
  2. Next, select the G tab near the top of the page.
  3. Find Google Scholar listed alphabetically.

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Nov 11, 2019


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