Google Scholar url: https://scholar.google.com/
Google Scholar is a perfect place to look for peer-reviewed articles, scholarly articles, books.
When you access Google Scholar, you can get access to the full text of the articles that San Jose State University Library subscribes to. In order to access full-text materials, please follow the steps below or watch this video to change the settings on Google Scholar.
Once you have linked the library to your Google scholar account you may see a link, 'Find It@SJSU' on the right side of the article. Clicking on that link directs you to your library catalog where you can see the full text.
These additional filters allow you to limit your search publication type, date range, and sort search results by publication or relevance.
To refine your search go to Settings → Advanced Search
To cite an article click on inverted comma icon as shown in the image.
A dialog box with citations in the following citation styles will appear.
You can create email alerts which will keep you notified of new publications related to your topic of interest. Click on Menu → Alert → Create Alert and enter your topic, article title, and/or author name(s).
Tips for creating alerts
This is a good tool to use if you want to keep track of who is citing your publications – journal articles, conference papers, book chapters, thesis, etc. It not only tracks citations of your work in journals but also on websites, blogs, grants, news outlets, theses, and patents. To add citations of your publications, you need to create your profile first. Be sure to log in to your Google account.
Google Scholar and Citation Managers
You can download citations from Google Scholar to Zotero, EndNote, and Paperpile.