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Pharmacy: Google Scholar - Find Articles by Citation

Using Google Scholar to find an article by its citation

HINT:  BEFORE YOU SEARCH GOOGLE SCHOLAR, BE SURE THAT THE SU LIBRARY E-RESOURCES SETTING HAS BEEN TURNED ON. SEE THE BOXES BELOW THIS ONE FOR INSTRUCTIONS.


Now begin your search. Imagine that you have this citation to a journal article, and you want to find the full text of the article.

Szwedo, D. E., Mikami, A. Y., & Allen, J. P. (2012). Social networking site use predicts changes in young adults' psychological adjustment. Journal Of Research On Adolescence22, 453-466.

Go to Google Scholar scholar.google.com , and select Advanced Scholar Search. In the "exact phrase" box, enter the article title.

SU Library EResources setting in Google Scholar

Before you begin searching in Google Scholar, be sure that the Library Links setting for SU Library EResources is turned on.

On the main Google Scholar page, select Settings. On the Settings page, select Library Links. 

You should see three boxes with checkmarks. The third box should be: Shenandoah University Library - E-Resources @ Shenandoah. If you only see two boxes, type shenandoah into the search box, search, then check the third box.

Now Google Scholar will know which resources you have access to through SU.

Follow these steps to turn on the SU Library EResources setting in Google Scholar

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