Use Google Scholar to search the library's article and book collections

Link resolving technology enables us to direct users to the full text when it's not immediately available in the database you're searching. In those cases, you see a "Find It" button, which looks for the full text of the book or article in another database or in the library's print collection, or, if it's not available, you are given the ILLiad option to request it from another library.

You can set your preferences in Google Scholar so that it functions in the same way. Here's a short video showing you how.

TIPS:

  • A search of "buswell" in Scholar's "Library links" is enough to locate Wheaton's 
  • In your search results look for "Find it @ Wheaton"
  • Often you must click on "More" to reveal the "Find it @ Wheaton" link (see below)

Questions? Contact us.