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Google Scholar: Search

Using Google Scholar search to find full text

GC Google Scholar Search

Google Scholar Search
Look for the "Find Fulltext at GC" link next to each result. Use that link to get the full text via the library's resources.

Tip:  You can link your Google account to the GC, so the “Find Fulltext at GC” links will always appear – even if you don’t start your search from this page. Go to our customized settings screen and click Save. If you’re logged into a Google account, it will remember that setting from now on.

Off-campus issues with customized Google Scholar

How do I find ILL in Google Scholar?

1. No full text link? No problem! Click the double arrows icon below the search result:

2. Then click the Find it! @ GC link that appears to the left of the arrows:

3. Select Request item via Interlibrary Loan to open a pre-populated request form:

4. I don't see a link to FindIt! in Google Scholar, can I still use ILL?


Yes! Try looking up the item in WorldCat, or go directly to Interlibrary Loan from the library homepage.


More info about ILL can be found in the FAQ.