Google Scholar searches for scholarly works such as journal articles, dissertations and theses, technical reports, patents, and book reviews.
Finding recent papers
Searching is as easy as searching in regular Google. Like regular Google, your search results are normally sorted by relevance, not by date. To find newer articles, try the following options in the left sidebar:
Google Scholar is an excellent tool to search for scholarly resources including articles, abstracts, books and theses. By personalizing your Google Scholar preferences you can see what is available through the Luther Rice library collections. If you have cookies turned on, your browser will remember your configuration preferences.
How can I tell what articles are available in a Luther Rice Library Databases?
1. Search Google Scholar
2. Look for Find It @ LutherRice links in the right-hand-column.
3. The link resolver will attempt to locate the article in one of the databases that the Luther Rice library subscribes to. Click on the name of the database to retrieve the article. Off campus students will be prompted to enter your EZProxy login credentials.
If you find a link that is not working, please let us know the name of the guide you are in and the title of the item you are attempting to open. You may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org (copy/paste broken URL), call, or let us know through chat.
We will update the guide and be very grateful for your help.