Google Scholar - so convenient, so easy to use... so why can't I get the full text of the article I found?!?
It's easy - just make a few adjustments to connect to SLU library resources when you start your search in Google Scholar. Follow the instructions below.
In order to link directly from your Google Scholar search results to the helpful resources provided by the library to students, faculty, and staff, follow the instructions below.
NOTE: These settings are specific to each device and each browser you use. You may need to set them up more than once if you search using different browsers.
Step 1: From the main Google Scholar page, click the three-bar "hamburger" menu and then click the gear-shaped Settings icon
Step 2: Select Library Links and search for Saint Leo University. If you're working on campus, Google Scholar may automatically suggest this library link. If you're working off-campus, you'll probably need to enter the search terms
Step 3: Check Saint Leo University- Find It@SLU in the search results, then click Save (please note: Google Scholar requires enabling cookies to retain settings)
When an article's full text is available through SLU library databases, you will see the Find It@ SLU Library link to the right of the citation
CAUTION - Library Links may not work each and every time. Full text is not guaranteed as Google may not update SLU holdings immediately as they change. Keep in mind you will still need to log in with your SLU username and password when you click a Find It @SLU Library link from off campus.
Still have questions about library link settings in Google Scholar or remote access to library resources? Contact Us!
Captioned video courtesy of Jennifer Freer - configuring Library Links settings is covered in the first 30 seconds, but stay tuned for more useful tips on researching with Google Scholar
Captioned video courtesy of the RIT Doctoral Student Association - recorded in May 2020