Google Scholar helps find library articles fast
(May 12, 2009)--Everyone who goes online uses Google. But, another online Google tool, the search engine Google Scholar, is available now to find UTSA Library-owned articles fast. With Google Scholar, your research materials are just a click away -- try it out on your next research project.
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Google Scholar is a search engine that locates scholarly content including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts and technical reports from many disciplines. Google Scholar includes full text and citations.
The UTSA Library has provided access to scholarly material through online databases for years, and Google Scholar is one more fast, easy and convenient way to get these research materials. Now, when you search Google Scholar, you'll see links to UTSA Library-owned materials in your search results, making library resources more readily available to you.
How does it work? Search Google Scholar from the UTSA Library Web site or bookmark libweb.utsa.edu/login?URL=http://scholar.google.com.
If online access to an article is available through the UTSA Library's subscription databases, you will see "Find It @UTSA" links in search results and can follow these to access the full-text articles. If a "Find It @UTSA" link is not available for an article, contact UTSA Ask a Librarian for assistance.
For more information on using Google Scholar, visit the UTSA Library Google Scholar help page.