How do I use Google Scholar to find Library resources?

How do I use Google Scholar to find Library resources?

Aimed at:  Edinburgh Napier’s staff & students

We always recommend starting your literature search at LibrarySearch for the best access to paid-for Library resources.

However, you can also link up Google Scholar to help give you access to our resources.

See the LibGuide - Using Google Scholar.

Note: Sometimes Google Scholar is unable to detect that Edinburgh Napier University has access to a particular journal.
You may be taken to a different site/database where the University has no access.

If this happens, follow the instructions at Finding Journals to see if the Library has access to this article.  

 

 

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