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How do I customize Google Scholar for DePaul?

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In Google Scholar, DePaul users can select Settings in the top right corner and click on Library links in the left-hand column. Search for DePaul, check the "Find full text @ DePaul" option, and scroll down to save your settings. (You need to do this only once for each browser you use.) Now your Google Scholar search results will show Find full-text@DePaul -- click the link to see which DePaul databases include the article you need. (If there's no Find full-text link, use the DePaul Library Holdings link under the citation instead). If you do not see the word ARTICLE in all caps, current students, faculty and staff may request the article using the ILLiad service.

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