Answered By: Diane Kercheck Last Updated: Aug 08, 2018 Views: 30
Answered By: Diane Kercheck
Last Updated: Aug 08, 2018 Views: 30
- Unlike a regular Google search, which searches many websites, Google Scholar searches specifically for scholarly literature and academic resources.
- You can access the link to it by typing "Google Scholar" in a Google search.
- You search it just like you search regular Google, (but make sure the logo says Google Scholar). Enter your search terms, and you will receive articles in the results.
- Some of these articles will be electronic full text articles, but might require that you purchase the articles.
- Sometimes you may see "Find @ MATC Library" on the right sidebar, which means that this article is also in the MATC library's databases and you can click on this link.
- Or you can just use the MATC Library databases to access academic and peer-reviewed full text articles, which is always FREE! ;-)
- See the links below for help with the MATC databases.