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Become a Google Scholar Expert: Home

Workshop Description

Advanced searching with Google Scholar and SCOPUS to help you quickly find scholarly articles on a variety of topics.

Connection with the NJIT Library’s online collections to beat the paywall.

Set up email alerts for new articles related to your research interests

Manage your own Google Scholar profile.

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Schedule a workshop for a group,

or Make an Appointment for individual help, contact a librarian.

Search Using Google Scholar

Search Google Scholar to discover and access many journal articles free on the web and those made available to you by the NJIT Library. 

 

What is Google Scholar?

"Google Scholar is a filter on Google that filters out sources that are not academic in nature.  see About Google Scholar.

Use Google Scholar in conjunction with the SCOPUS database to find scholarly articles.

ON CAMPUS-- you will see links from Google Scholar to library articles that are available.

OFF CAMPUS-- you must return to the library homepage to search for things you found behind a paywall, or use Interlibrary Loan to request materials not available either in the library or on the web.

See also:  Google Scholar on the Faculty Guide

Instruction & Outreach Librarian

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