Google Scholar searches specifically for scholarly literature, including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts and technical reports from all broad areas of research.
Google Scholar can be configured to show results that may be available via the Emory Libraries' collection. While having a Google account is not essential, having an account does makes some functions easier for the user.
To configure the Google Scholar settings, click on the 3 hash marks in the top left corner of your browser to get to the Settings:
Once you click on the has marks, click on Library Links and Search for Emory University. You will see the "Find It @Emory" as an option. Select that option and click Save.
After you have saved the settings, once you perform a search in Google Scholar, you will see the "Find It @ Emory" option as indicated below. Clicking on the "Find It @ Emory" link will take you to Emory's University Libraries' catalog Library Search, and the linkout to the full text, if available.
You can use go directly to Advanced Google Search via: https://scholar.google.com/?inst=15365353816232672843#d=gs_asd or go to Google Scholar, click on the hash marks in the top left and select the Advanced search option.
Here are some search techniques that you can use directly in the Google Scholar search box without using the Advanced search feature.
For additional Google Search techniques: