What is Google Scholar?
Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites. Click here to find more information about Google Scholar.
Google Scholar may be a good starting place, but it is not comprehensive enough to be the only place to do in-depth research.
For more precise searching, more search features, and more content, use the library subscribed databases that are most useful for your subject.
What should I do if I am asked to pay for the full text?
Don’t pay for it! Google Scholar often links to commercial publisher websites which ask you to pay for the full text.
If you have any problem on accessing full text or other questions, please feel free to ask for help.
LINKING KETTERING + GOOGLE SCHOLAR
Did you know you can use Google Scholar to search Kettering databases for articles and journals? It should automatically work if you are logged into Google with your Kettering email address.
If it's not working, after logging in, just go to Settings > Library Links from the Google Scholar homepage and type in Kettering University. Tick the check box and click Save. If we have an article, you'll see the 'Full-Text @ Kettering' link in your Google Scholar search results.
Full-Text @ Kettering
Google Scholar also has an extension for the Chrome Browser worth checking out.