Answered By: Shanna Pearson
Last Updated: Jul 18, 2017     Views: 99

You can set up Google Scholar to check if articles you find are also in a Seneca Libraries Database. 

1. On the Google Scholar homepage, click on "Settings" in the top right corner.

2. Click on "Library Links" in the left-hand navigation bar.

3. Type Seneca Libraries into the search box and press enter.

4. A checkbox called "Seneca Libraries - Find it: Seneca Libraries" will appear. Check this box and click "Save."

5. Now when you look for an article in Google Scholar you will see a "More" link beneath each result. Click on it so that a "Find It: Seneca Libraries" link appears.

6. Click on "Find It: Seneca Libraries" to check if Seneca Libraries has this article in one of its databases.  If it does you will be given the link to access it. 

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