HISTORY 108 - Print and online resources about political, economic, diplomatic, and social development of the U. S. from 1876 to the present.

Using Google Scholar

Search Google Scholar for scholarly articles on your topic.

Google Scholar Search

Finding Articles

Once you find an article that you want to read, you'll see several links that may be helpful to you. Here's what they mean:

  • "Cited By" will show you a list of works that cited this article.
  • "Related Articles" will direct you to articles on the same or a similar subject.
  • Look for "EBSCOhost Full Text" to the right of the article.

About Google Scholar

                                                      

Google Scholar is a great way to begin your research. It allows you to search for scholarly articles in different formats:

  • books
  • articles
  • websites

How to Search EBSCO via Google Scholar

Google Scholar is a public database for anyone to search but it will identify e-books and articles to which the library subscribes. Here's how to do that: 

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Go to Google Scholar: http://scholar.google.com. Click on “Settings” in the upper right-hand corner.
  2. Click on “Library links” on left navigation panel. Type “citrus college” in the search box.
  3. Select “Citrus Comm College – EBSCOhost Full Text” checkbox.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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