- Searches for articles and web resources from academic publishers and universities.
- Authorized users:
- Mobile support:
- Resource type:
- Database interface:
Google Scholar is a freely available search engine that emphasizes scholarly information, particularly in the sciences and technology. For Advanced Search, click on the arrow beside the search box.
Information is drawn from academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories and universities. The "cited by" links are especially useful for items not listed in Web of Science, the traditional citation index.
Before using information, check the source; for example, an article may be available in several versions, from draft to final form as published in a journal.
Connect to Laurier Library Articles from Google Scholar
First log into your library account. Then go to Google Scholar and click on "settings" at the top, then on "library links" at the left and search for Laurier. You can also change your settings to import items into bibliographic software.
See how it works: Connecting to Library Resources using Google Scholar
- Subjects covered:
- Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Computer Science
- Cultural Analysis and Social Theory
- Health Sciences
- Subject guides: