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ROP299Y/399Y - Reviewing the University of Toronto’s Climate Change Plan to Increase Campus Participation in Addressing Climate Change

Google Scholar

Google Scholar is the best way to locate scholarly articles in Google, You can find Google Scholar simply by typing Google Scholar into Google's search box.  Below is a videffering tips on how to use Google Scholar as well as accompanying videos on how to best make use of our catalogue.

Note: Google Scholar is a good supplement to the databases you will find at the UofT Libraries, but should not be used on its own when conducting a literature review. Some publishers do not allow free access to all their material.