Answered By: Nicole Montgomery
Last Updated: Aug 13, 2020     Views: 982

Google Scholar is a useful tool to use when you are looking for a specific article or book. This is sometimes referred to as "chasing citations" or "citation chasing" or "cited reference searching."

We recommend starting at the EKU Libraries' homepage to access Google Scholar.

Library homepage with arrow pointing toward Google Scholar link at bottom of the page

 

Enter as much of the title of the article or book as you can into the Google Search box.

 

Google scholar search screen with article title entered into search box

 

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.

 

Arrow and boxes highlighting the "Find Full Text at EKU" links in a Google Search search result list

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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.

 

Arrow pointing two two small arrows that open up the "Find Full Text at EKU" link in Google Scholar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When you click on the "Find Full Text at EKU" link, you will then be prompted to log in through the EKU Microsoft Azure single-sign on.

EKU Azure Single-Sign on Login in with picture of Daniel Boone statue in backbround

 

EKU Microsoft Azure examples:

  • Student (john_doe21@mymail.eku.edu)
  • Faculty/Staff (john.doe@eku.edu )

Your password is the same across all Azure logins.

 

No full text? Check for PDF or HTML links to full text!

 

Google scholar search results screen with PDF links circled

 


NOTE: The embedded video -- "Tips for Searching and Using Google Scholar" -- is Closed Captioned in English.

 

 

 

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