Do you have an article title or citation that you need to track down? Google Scholar is an easy way to "chase citations" when you have a specific article you need to find. This is sometimes referred to as "chasing citations," "citation chasing," "cited reference searching" or even "citation tracing" or "citation mining."
We recommend starting at the EKU Libraries' homepage to access Google Scholar.
Enter as much of the title of the article as you can into the Google Search box.
Check for PDF or HTML links to full text as Google Scholar will direct link to PDFs whenever it can! We recommend trying these first!
No PDF links? Then look for the "Find Full Text at EKU" link next to the result. Use that link to get or request the full text of the article.
Did you know? Sometimes our "Find Full Text at EKU" link is hidden behind the 2 arrows beneath a search result. That's the case with this article example shown below.
We recommend using WorldCat Discovery for all things known book title searching, book citations, book citation chasing, etc.