Q. How do I find articles with Google Scholar?

Answer

If you use Google Scholar to search for academic literature, you can set the Library Links section of your Google Scholar Preferences to access Ohio University and OhioLINK; just search for each of these and click their boxes to enable Library Linking.  The video below shows you how.

Once you have the library links enabled, you can use the link to access content from the Libraries’ collections just like you would in any of the library databases.

As of May 2018, you must enable library links for Google Scholar whether you work on-campus or off as all use of Libraries’ resources will require users to log in with an OHIO ID and password.

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  • Last Updated Oct 20, 2021
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  • Answered By Ryan Spellman

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