Searching in Google Scholar is very similar to conducting a traditional Google Search. The main difference is Google Scholar will search the web for scholarly literature such as journal articles, meeting abstracts and scholarly books. It also includes other types of information from professional societies, academic publishers, and other authoritative sources.
Links to full text are provided, if available.
Google Scholar works best when linked to the Library catalog. Watch the short video below to learn how to link the Medical Library catalog to Google Scholar, conduct searches, and find full text.