Answered By: Nicole Montgomery Last Updated: Nov 08, 2017 Views: 169
The below steps show you how to access Google Scholar and to use it to chase known citations.
Step One: Start at the EKU Libraries website and click on the Google Scholar link.
Step Two: Login using your EKU username and password. This is the same username and password you use to login to Blackboard.
Step Three: Enter as much of the title and author information that you know into the Google Scholar search box.
Here we are using the article "Using the instructional design process in tutorial development" by Terri Artemchik as an example.
Step Four: Scan the Google results page to look for the article.
In our example, Google Scholar found the article and shows only that article in the results list.
Step Five: Tip! Avoid clicking on the title of the article.
Step Six: Tip! Instead, look for and click on the GET MORE AT EKU LIBRARIES link.
Watch out for articles without a Get More at EKU Libraries link.
When you have an article without the Get More link on the right of the screen, try clicking on the two right direction arrows at the bottom of the article. GET MORE can usually be found there as shown in the below example.
Step Seven: Clicking on the Get More at EKU Libraries link will take you to a screen that shows the availability of the article at EKU Libraries.
The screen can be a little confusing but it is essentially letting you know if the library has the article electronically, if they have it in print, or if the library does not currently have the article.
Step Eight: In this instance, EKU Libraries has the article! Note the text "Full text availability for this item" with a link underneath to "View Full Text."
Click on the VIEW FULL TEXT link to get the article.
Tip! Watch out for articles without a link to full text.
When there is no link to full text, simply click on the REQUEST ITEM THROUGH LIBRARY EXPRESS button to request the article.