Answered By: Casey Roberson Last Updated: Dec 06, 2016 Views: 79
We realize that many students have more experience and comfort searching with Google; luckily Google Scholar has provided a way to interface with university and college databases to help students find the full text of articles they need. You can use the following steps to make Google Scholar provide links to the full text of articles if they are available through the Neumann Library's online resources:
- Navigate to http://scholar.google.com .
- Click on "Settings" at the top of the page.
- Click on "Library links" on the left-hand side of the page.
- Search for University of Houston-Clear Lake; the university name will then show up under the search box.
- Click the box beside the university name.
- Click the "Save" button.
Now, when you search in Google Scholar, some results will now have a "Full-Text @ UHCL" beside the article/book name. Clicking this link will take you to the text of the article in a database that the Neumann Library subscribes to. (You may still need to log in with your Library barcode and last name the first time you try to access a full text article this way.)