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How do I access materials in Google Scholar?

Last Updated: Nov 24, 2015  |  195 Views

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If you are accessing Google Scholar from an on-campus location, Google Scholar will automatically detect and add Bucknell's resources to its search results.

If you are accessing Google Scholar from off-campus, you can quickly add our resources in a few quick steps.

1. Access the Settings page by clicking on the cog. If the cog doesn't appear, click More, and then click the cog.

2. On the Settings page, click on Library Links.  If it has not been selected already, you can input "Bucknell" into the search box, click Find Library, and add Bucknell's resources by clicking the check boxes next to the results that appear.

Click here to learn more about Google Scholar.

For more detailed instructions, see the attached file below.

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