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#128 Adding Find It! to your Google Scholar Search

Find it! is a library service that makes it easier for you to access full text electronic resources. If an electronic full text is unavailable, Find it! will provide you with links to other ways of accessing the resource. If you are on a networked computer within your institution, Find It! will automatically appear in your Google Scholar Search. However, if you are anywhere but your institution you can still use Find It! by changing your Google Scholar settings. Watch this video to show you how…

Featured image: “Find” by Alex Barros is licenced under CC BY-NC 2.0

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