Q. How can I find full-text articles using Google Scholar?

Answer

You can make Google Scholar interact with Baker Library resources to access full-text articles from library holdings when free full-text is not available.  

  1. https://scholar.google.com 
  2. Settings
  3. Library Links
  4. Search and find Baker College (You don't want Baker University)
  5. Select all four options
  6. Save. 

After you do this, any time you execute a Google Scholar search, you will see a link to the Baker Library holding. Login with library number to access the full article. Works very well with ProQuest and Gale. During a search session, you will have to login with library number just once.

To get a feel for it, use the drop-down menu to go to Advanced Search. Search for glass ceiling as the exact phrase in the title of an article. When results appear, click the Get Full-text @ Baker link. Right-click and open in a new window, so that the Scholar search screen stays intact.

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  • Last Updated Jan 30, 2018
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  • Answered By Patrick Mullane

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