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Google Scholar: Retrieving the Resource

Information about Google Scholar and tips on how to use it

Retrieving the Resource

If you see a source link in the right margin, you may simply click on the link to retrieve the resource. If you see more than one link, you may choose either one.

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If you select Full text @Drew University, you will have to follow the link to the "Full Text Finder Results" page which will then require at least one more click to retrieve the resource:

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If you see Find it @Drew (you may have to expand the features list by clicking on the expand >> icon [contract icon is shown here]), 

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click on that link to come to the "Full Text Finder Finder Results" page. Then follow the appropriate link:

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If you see Library Search, you can click on that link:

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This will bring you to the WorldCat entry where you will see which libraries (including sometimes the Drew Library) own the item you seek:

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If you see View as HTML, click on the link to retrieve the resource in HTML:

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If you see ProQuest Full Text, click on the link:

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You will then have to enter the word "Drew" in the library search box that will open. A dropdown menu will open where you can click on 'Drew University Library." When you have done so, you will come to the ProQuest site:

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Questions? Need Help? Email reference@drew.edu

Drew University Library, http://www.drew.edu/library