Learn to use Google Scholar to find scholarly articles and configure Google Scholar to get articles that the university subscribes to more easily. A transcript can be found on YouTube.
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Have you ever found the perfect article on Google Scholar, but it said you have to pay for it if you want it?
UA Libraries pays for many subscriptions to databases and journals, so you don't have to pay to get your article.
If you want to use Google Scholar, be sure to set up the library links. A hyperlink will appear in the results that reads Full Text Finder @ Uakron. This will connect you to the article.
To this end, go to Settings from the Google Scholar menu. Select library links, then type akron into the search textbox. After you select the Full Text Finder checkbox, you can start using the hyperlink.
Google and Google Scholar have several advanced search operators opens new window. Learning these search operators will save you time. There are advanced search forms that you can use, but typing the search operators is faster.
Be sure not to type spaces between the search operator with a colon after it and the search term