Answered By: Alison Jones Last Updated: Feb 02, 2015 Views: 34
You can add Carson-Newman to your Google Scholar preferences. This will provide you with links from Google Scholar to check and see if Carson-Newman has the article in full text. Unfortunately at this time, this service of Google's only works on campus.
Here is how you set it up:
From Google Scholar go to "Settings":
From settings, go to "Library Links":
At "Library Links" search for Carson-Newman:
and select it once it has been found. It's that simple!
Now when you do a Google Scholar search you will find links that say "Check For Full Text" - These links work the same as the "Check Link Source" links in the library databases:
Of course, if Carson-Newman does not have the full text of the article in either one of our subscription databases or in print, you can always submit an Interlibrary Loan request for the article. (See instructions here.)