Answered By: Natalya Pashkova Last Updated: Aug 25, 2020 Views: 6
Using Google Scholar you can find materials in our library, other libraries participating in the global library catalog WorldCat, full-text links to journal articles available through the David Allan Hubbard library subscriptions and others materials on the web that have been indexed by Google Scholar.
To activate Google Scholar Library Links, follow these steps.
1. Go to Google Scholar search page at http://scholar.google.com.
2. Click on the menu button located at the top left corner and represented by three horizontal bars, and then click on Settings represented by a gear icon.
3. Click on Library links, type in Fuller Theological Seminary, and then search.
4. Include (check in) Open WorldCat and Find it@Fuller Libraries and any additional links to our library collections in the search results, then click Save these Google Scholar Library Links settings.
When full text is available through our subscription, you will see the Find it@Fuller libraries link to the right of the citation:
To access information about the item, click on Find it@Fuller Libraries.
When a PDF icon is available, you may be able access a document through the [PDF] link. To access article in our databases you might be prompted sign in with your Fuller ID and password.
Click on All versions, to view any other instances of the search results.
Similarly, you can add settings to discover items in other libraries, up to 5 libraries.
Google Scholar is a fairly flexible tool and good for conducting searches across the catalog and databases. For complex and in depth searching, we recommend that you search specific databases. If you need any assistance with your research and have questions, please contact your Reference Librarians.