Answered By: Craig Anderson Last Updated: Jan 07, 2019 Views: 332
"Google works with libraries to determine which journals and papers they've subscribed to electronically, and then links to articles from those sources when they're available. Once you tell [Google Scholar] what library you're a member of, [Google Scholar] will keep an eye out for that library's subscription materials and provide special links to them in your search results."
Links to Full Text@Kean University should automatically appear when you search Google Scholar from a computer on the Kean University campus.
If you do not see Full Text@Kean University links while searching Google Scholar from a laptop computer on-campus OR from an off-campus computer, then please follow the steps listed below:
- Go to Google Scholar at https://scholar.google.com.
- Click the menu link in the top left corner.
- Click Settings.
- Click Library links.
- Type the name of your library in the search box. For instance, type: Kean University
- Make sure the check box is selected next to Kean University - Full-Text@Kean University and Open WorldCat - Library Search.
- Click Save.
- Start searching.
- Check whether or not full text is available for an article by clicking Full-Text@Kean University (when the link appears). You may need to log in with your Kean Google user name and password (when prompted) to access the full-text article.
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