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Using Google for Research
Guide to advanced search features in Google, Google Scholar, and Google Books.
Google Scholar searches for scholarly literature in a simple, familiar way. You can search across many disciplines and sources at once to find articles, books, theses, court opinions, and content from academic publishers, professional societies, some academic web sites, and more. See the Google Scholar inclusion guidelines for more about what’s in Google Scholar.
Use the "intitle:" operator (eg. intitle:fellini finds articles with Fellini in the title]
Setting "Library Links" preferences in Google Scholar
1. Go to scholar.google.com, and click on the menu button (3 horizontal bars) in the upper left-hand corner of the screen.
2. In the menu that appears, click "Settings"
3. Click "Library links" in the left-hand menu.
4. Search for NYU, and select only "New York University Libraries - GetIt@NYU" then click "Save".
5. Conduct a new search in Google Scholar. Click the "GetIt@NYU" link next to each search result to get NYU Libraries-subscribed access to the article. If you are off campus, you will be prompted to log in with your NetID and password before being granted access to the full-text.
6. If you encounter a search result without a "GetIt@NYU" link next to it, try clicking on the "double arrow" button below it, and the link should appear.