Answered By: Jennifer Harris Last Updated: Nov 17, 2017 Views: 1401
Google scholar allows users to change their settings to help link them to resources held by local or institutional libraries. Follow these step-by-step directions to update Google Scholar to link with electronic articles available from the Shapiro Library:
- Go to Google Scholar and click the three horizontal bars and then click on the "Settings" link.
- Under "Settings", choose "Library Links".
- Using the search box provided, search for "Southern New Hampshire University".
- Click on the checkboxes next to Southern New Hampshire University resources and click "Save".
- Links to Shapiro Library databases and other resources will now appear next to materials you search for in Google Scholar (articles only--no books/ebooks). Click on these links to see if we have electronic access to these articles via the Shapiro Library. For example:
Google scholar is a helpful tool for finding scholarly materials but remember to always evaluate any sources you find online.
- Google Like a Librarian guide (Shapiro Library)
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