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Using Google Scholar
Google Scholar allows you to locate resources such as articles, theses and books.
You can set
Google Scholar up on your browser so any results held by CSU Library can be linked. To do this:
Google Scholar Click on
at the top left of the screen Select
Settings option Select
Library links Enter
Charles Sturt University and click the Search button Tick
Charles Sturt University - Find it at CSU and click Save
Results that are available via CSU Library are designated with a
Find it at CSU link, and this setting will be saved on the browser and computer you are using.
Google Scholar is useful, but it does have a few disadvantages:
it covers a world of subject areas, so your results may not be as relevant as you would like
the search functionality (even if you use the Advanced Search options) is not as sophisticated as in most journal databases
you cannot screen for Peer Review, so need to check the results you find
For more information, see the Library's
Google Scholar web page.