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EEP400 Research Skills Guide: Use Google Scholar

Using Google Scholar

Google Scholar allows you to locate resources such as articles, theses and books.

Unlike Primo Search, which is set to search the Library's holdings only, Google Scholar searches beyond Charles Sturt University Library and will include resources that are not available to you.

Set up Library Links to access the Library's online resources using these instructions.

Activity 4: Google Scholar

 

 

 

 

 

In the adjacent Google Scholar window try searching for the keywords: ‚Äč"cultural safety" AND Australia

Note: "" double quotation marks are used to search for a phrase, see the Search Strategies page for more information.

Notice the number of results you get? Over 6,000? However these will not all be available to you through the Library's subscriptions and holdings.

  • Use the left hand menu to limit by date.
  • Have you set your library links? Select the Find it at CSU links to access articles in our collection.
  • You may notice that there is a mix of topics, including health, education etc. Add more keywords to your search to narrow it down.
Note: Remember to enable Library Links in Google Scholar to show & access CSU Library holdings.

Using Google Scholar

Google Scholar

Google Scholar Search