Google Scholar

Google Scholar is a popular starting point for finding scholarly literature across many disciplines and sources.

What is Google Scholar?

Google Scholar is a web resource that allows users to search for journal articles, citations, theses, preprints and book availability on the web. Materials located using Google Scholar come from a wide variety of sources

To Access e-Resources Through Google Scholar from Off-Campus

To access e-resources through Google Scholar from off-campus, user will need to:

1)Set up Library Links in Google Scholar Settings. The preferences should be set by searching the Library Links for Ulan National Institue of Science and Technology. Once you have done that, click on Save Settings.
2) Now the  ”Find it @ UNIST” link should appear in Google Scholar each time you run a search. When you click the  button you will see vendors that provide the item through the UNIST library.

3) You will then need to login with your UNIST Portal ID and password.

4) Then you will be taken to the article or journal just as if you were on-campus.

What should I do if I can’t find the resources I need in Google Scholar?

If you’re not finding the information you need in Google Scholar, don’t forget that the UNIST Library offer hundreds of articles on a wide array of subjects by Search Everything or Databases service.