Google and Google Scholar are both powerful and common search tools. Why would you want to use a scholarly search tool instead of Google?
There are many reasons, but here are some important ones:
For more information:
To find SPECIFIC articles, you can use Google Scholar instead of Article Finder : simply enter, in quotation marks, the title of the article you wish to find and click search.
The advanced search in Google Scholar will allow you to narrow down your search in a number of ways. To use the advanced search hover over the down pointing triangle next to the search button.
The following options are available:
If you are on campus, Google Scholar will automatically configure itself properly. You only need to follow the steps above if you are OFF-CAMPUS.
The University of Toronto Libraries have licensed thousands of online journals so that you can use them for free as a member of the UofT community. To let Google Scholar know that you are a member of the UofT community:
Here's how to connect Google Scholar to your Refworks account:
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