Answered By: Mary Fairbairn Last Updated: Aug 26, 2016 Views: 9
We have access to many, if not most, of the articles cited in Google Scholar, but most of these we get through our databases, not through the publisher itself. Because of this, clicking the title of the article in Google Scholar and then trying to get the PDF from the publisher's site won't work.
Instead, look out to the right of citation. If you see a link that says Full Text @ Furman, we should have access to it through one or more of our databases.
For a video demonstration please see the video below.
If you are off campus, you may also want to check out setting Google Scholar up to work with our full text finder.