Google Scholar is a search engine for scholarly information. It's free and publicly available, but can be set up to show results that are held in Charles Sturt Library subscriptions (see below).
Google Scholar can be useful because:
Things to keep in mind when searching in Google Scholar:
Unlike Primo Search, which searches only Charles Sturt Library's holdings, Google Scholar searches everything. This means that Google Scholar will give you results that are not necessarily available in full-text.
You can set up Google Scholar to show which results are available in full-text via Charles Sturt Library
In Google searches, the default is to a keyword search so you don't need to put the AND operator between multiple search terms. If you want to search for a phrase, you should enclose it in double quotation marks.
If you want to search for alternative terms, you can combine these with the OR operator.
If you go to Google Scholar Advanced Search you get extra search functionality:
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