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There are unique advantages to both options. For the most comprehensive access to information, search library databases AND Google Scholar.
For quickest access to full-text content, use library databases and limit results to full-text content.
When using Google scholar, avoid paying for articles when possible by focusing on free full text sources, adjusting settings to include full text to multiple libraries, and using interlibrary loan.
Google Scholar Advanced Search
Like Google, Google Scholar has an advanced search function to enable more precise searching. Additional functionalities include determining how your search terms should be searched, searching by author or source publication, and limiting by publication date.
To access the advanced search hover over the dropdown arrow in the search box.
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Cite from Google Scholar
Google Scholar generates citations for MLA, APA and Chicago styles.
Select Cite below a search result and select a style. (If you don't see the Cite option, select More below the search result to make it visible.)
CAUTION: These citations may include formatting or other errors.
Always check and correct generated citations using credible citation resources, particularly those recommended by your instructors.