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Getting a Copy of a Book
To get a copy of a book that you found using Google Scholar, follow the directions below:
Make sure your Scholar Settings have been set
Follow the directions on the "Getting Access" page of this guide to ensure that you have access to Thrift Library's materials.
Look for [BOOK]
Google Scholar will identify most books by placing [BOOK] at the beginning of the title link.
Click "More" and then, click "Library Search"
The "More" link is under the citation information and preview of the book
Click "Find it @ Thrift Library " link
This link will not appear unless you have set your scholar preferences.
If your book does not appear here, follow the next step.
Tips on Searching for Articles and Books
This YouTube video has some effective tips on searching Google Scholar for articles and books. Please substitute Anderson University's Thrift Library for library information in video:
Online Reference Assistance
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Thrift Answers (FAQs)
Contact the Library Liaison for your subject area.