Using Google Scholar? Let Find It @ GSU help you locate the items you've discovered…

Links to Find It @ GSU (SFX) now show up in Google Scholar search results, directing GSU users from citations in Google Scholar to full-text available from the University Library, as well as to other library services.

For citations for which Google is aware that the University Library has a subscription entitling GSU users to full text, you will see a “Full Text @ GSU” link prominently displayed beside the citation in Google Scholar.

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For citations for which Google is not aware of a University Library subscription, you will see a less prominent “Find It @ GSU” link below the citation.  This link will double-check to see if GSU provides full text and will offer you other options for related library services.

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These links will direct you to the “Find It @ GSU” menu, which will provide you with options for accessing the item you are looking for.

If you are coming to Google Scholar from within the GSU network (anywhere on campus, or if you have already signed in through the University Library’s proxy server), these links will automatically show up in Google Scholar search results. If you are not coming from within the GSU network, you can still configure your Google Scholar Preferences to display Find It @ GSU links.

More information on how to do this and tips for using Google Scholar at GSU can be found here.  There is also an FAQ available.

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