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Customizing Your Google Scholar Settings to Link to Fulltext at Drexel

A few simple steps can make all the difference in connecting search results to full text, exporting citations to RefWorks or EndNote and best of all - SAVING TIME!

It's great that GoogleScholar settings can be saved by a cookie in your browser without requiring that you sign into a personal Google/Gmail account.

Go to:  http://scholar.google.com

Look for the "gear" icon that says "Settings"

Google Scholar Settings Screenshot

 

Upcoming Workshop: Become a Google Guru - Google Advanced Search

May 3rd, 4 PM-5:30 PM
W.W. Hagerty Library, L14

Using Google's advanced search features and specialized search engines can greatly enhance your Googling experience.

How does Find It@Drexel work within Google Scholar? How does Google Scholar know I'm associated with Drexel?

How does Find It@Drexel work?

The Library has sent Google information about our electronic holdings, our linking utility (SFX), and IP ranges for our campus networks. It uses a "Preferences" setting to display a Find It@Drexel link if the libraries offer access to an electronic version of an article. Click on the Find It@Drexel link to display an SFX menu showing full-text access options.

How does Google Scholar know I'm associated with Drexel?

Google Scholar -- New and improved linking!

Drexel Libraries have offered SFX linking through Google Scholar for a few years now, but there have often been issues with the quality of the linking to Drexel's resources.  HOWEVER, thanks to Ian Richmond's investigative work, we can now offer Drexel linking within Google Scholar at a much higher success rate!

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