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Google Scholar Link

What is it?

Google Scholar is a means to search the internet for scholarly articles.

  • Not ALL articles are peer reviewed, so you will still need to evaluate your results!
  • Not ALL articles are free. In fact, most links lead you to pay per view materials.
  • Interestingly, the majority of links to free materials identify materials in the Thrift Library.
  • Never purchase pay per view materials as you can get them through Interlibrary Loan in 2-3 days at no charge.
  • COMING SOON - You can also limit your results to the Thrift Library's holdings.

Video About Google Scholar by Eastern Michigan University

Interlibrary Loan






Use the link above to order materials from other libraries.

You will be asked to fill out a form containing all the necessary information needed to clearly identify your request.

Incomplete or incorrect information may result in the delay or failure of your request.

More about Interlibrary Loan