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Google Scholar

Google Scholar allows you to search for scholarly literature (journal articles, books, patents) from a variety of sources – academic publishers, professional societies, research repositories etc.

Not all academic publications are published within Google Scholar, so it should be used as one of many sources for a literature search.

How to use Google Scholar

You can set your preferences on Google Scholar to show links to full-text articles in our electronic journals.

  • Click on the 'Settings' option at the top of the screen
  • Select 'Library Links' on the left of the screen
  • In the search box type 'UWS' and select "UWS – Available via UWS Library"
  • Save your settings

When you search, look for the 'Available via UWS Library' link to access the full-text (to the right of references in your results list) - this indicates that we have a subscription.

More Help

Google Scholar Search Tips

Contact our Academic Librarian Team for advice on using this resource.

Last updated: 15/08/2017