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Google Scholar, online at scholar.google.com, searches for scholarly materials such as journal articles, research reports, dissertations and theses, preprints, technical reports, patents, and many other document types. It can be configured to work in conjunction with many of our full text databases.
Setting Google Scholar Preferences
Follow these screen captures to configure Google Scholar to retrieve University of Denver Fulltext from off-campus. You can only change the settings from the main Google Scholar page (scholar.google.com).
Additionally, you can configure Google Scholar to export citations to your RefWorks account. Visit our RefWorks Tutorialto see how to set up your personal account.
Now that you have configured your Google Scholar settings you will see "U. of Denver Fulltext" whenever Google Scholar finds an article to which the library subscribes. Click this link rather than the article title.
Access to this resource will be discontinued on January 31, 2021, due to reductions in Libraries' collection development budget. Users will be able to access RefWorks and export their references through February 28, 2021.
A Web-based bibliography manager. Use it to keep track of books, reports, and journal articles and then to create finished bibliographies in APA, MLA, or Chicago styles.
To get started, click on the link from within RefWorks: "Sign up for an Individual Account." Need further assistance? See the RefWorks Tutorial.