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How to set up Google Scholar to find resources available at Concordia

Setting Google Scholar preferences

  1. Go to Google Scholar
  2. Click on Settings in the top menu.
  3. Select Library links from the left hand column
  4. In the search box, type "Concordia University Libraries"
  5. Make sure the checkbox next to Concordia University Libraries - Find it @ Concordia is selected
  6. Click on Save
  7. A link to Find it @ Concordia should now appear next to those citations that are available electronically from the Libraries

In addition to the link that may appear next to the citation's title, a Find it @ Concordia link may also appear on the bottom of a citation. This indicates that although we may not have the specific citation in our electronic holdings, we might have other issues of the same journal in electronic and/or print format.


Remember that Google Scholar is a free web tool -- the Find it @ Concordia link may not always be reliable and effective. It is always a good idea to search in the library catalogue to verify whether or an item you are looking for truly is or is not available at Concordia:

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Updated: Tuesday 27 August 2019
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