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Veterinary - Research databases: Google Scholar

What is Google Scholar? What does it search?

Google Scholar searches the full text of a wide variety of published and unpublished sources deemed "scholarly." These formats include traditional ones such as articles and book chapters, as well as theses/dissertations and "grey literature" from sources such as academic publishers, professional societies, and online repositories. With so many sources included, Google Scholar often retrieves a larger number of citations than other databases, so it can be a good place to get a broad overview of the existing research and identify core articles in a particular field.

 

Getting started with Google Scholar

To utilize the personalized features of Google Scholar, including library links and my library, you will need to create a free Google account

 

Explore Google Scholar

Setting up Google Scholar Library Links

Searching in Google Scholar

Cited by and related article searching

My Library in Google Scholar

Create your Google Scholar Profile

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