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Database Help: Full-Text from Google Scholar

Getting Full-Text From Google Scholar

In the same way that you can use Primo Search to find journal articles, you can also use Google Scholar. You can use Google Scholar to find article citations, then follow the links to access the full articles in databases.

To do this, you will need to change the settings in Google Scholar to show Library links for Charles Sturt subscribed items. There are instructions on how to do this on the Library's Google Scholar webpage.

Your Google Scholar results list will then show which articles are held by CSU Library: there will be a Find it at CSU link to the article in the database where it is held:

When Google Scholar is set up to show Charles Sturt Library holdings, items that are held by the Library display a "Find it at CSU" link.

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