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How can Google Scholar search UC subscribed articles?

Last Updated: Sep 21, 2012  |  64 Views

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Some Google Scholar links will take you to the full text of articles which are freely available on the Internet, others will ask you to pay.

When you use Google Scholar on campus, it will automatically add links to articles you can access from UC Library's subscriptions - look for "Full-text @ UC Library" to the right of your results. Click on that link to go directly to the article in one of the Library's databases.

When searching off campus, use the Google Scholar settings:

  • Click on Settings or the gear symbol in the top right corner of the Google Scholar homepage
  • Go to Library Links
  • Search for: University of Canberra
  • Choose 'University of Canberra - Full Text @ UC Library'
  • Save
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