Google Scholar

Use the above searchbox to find articles in Google Scholar...
Link to Salve Regina University Library Resources
Google Scholar results include links to Salve Regina University Library resources and appears as "Find @ Salve". For Salve results to appear, you must do the following:

1. Go to Google Scholar preferences (or click the gear on the top right of the Google Scholar page).

2. Click "Library Links" on the left sidebar. Then, in the search box, enter Salve Regina University and click the search button. The University name should then appear in the list. Check the box next to Salve Regina University - Find @ Salve and then click "Save" (see screenshot below).

Google Scholar preferences
What is Google Scholar?
Google Scholar is a free web-based search engine that searches for scholarly materials such as books, articles, conference proceedings, theses, preprints, abstracts and technical reports. Google Scholar generally excludes non-academic websites. Google does not provide a list of which titles or publishers are included in Google Scholar. Coverage in Google Scholar is stronger in the sciences, and weaker in the humanities. Google Scholar is an alternate starting point for your research, but may not include all of the resources available online from McKillop Library's databases.

Does Google Scholar index all of McKillop Library's subscription research databases and provide the full-text of articles from all of these databases?

No. While Google Scholar will allow you to find articles from some of McKillop Library's subscription article databases, it does not index all of our databases. For access to all of the library's databases, see the Databases A-Z list or the Databases by Subject list. For a list of our available journals, see the Journals A-Z list.

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