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Animation & Illustration: Linking Google Scholar to the AIT Library

Mary Mulryan

Why use Google Scholar?

Google Scholar Search

What is Google Scholar?

Google Scholar is an online search tool that you can use to find articles, books, theses, court decisions, etc.  When available, Google Scholar will link to the full-text version of the resource.

Learn more about Google Scholar here.

Why would I link Google Scholar to the TUS Library?

Linking Google Scholar to the TUS Library lets Google show you which full-text articles we have access to through the library's subscriptions.

Once you link them, Google Scholar will automatically check to see if the TUS Library has access to full-text articles. If we do, you'll be able to link to articles directly from Google Scholar.

Who will find this useful?

When you're on campus, Google Scholar will automatically recognize that you have access to the Library's subscriptions.  You won't need to link anything -- you can just start searching!

If you search for articles off-campus, follow the instructions in the box to the right to link Google Scholar to the TUS Library.

How to set up your AIT Library link to Google Scholar

Click the menu icon on the Google Scholar page.

Select settings to choose up to 5 libraries.

Click Library links

Type "TUS Athlone Campus - Full-text@TUS Midlands" into the search box, click the search icon, select TUS Athlone Campus - Full-text@TUS Midlands from the results list, save your selection.

Now you're ready to search. In the search results look for "Full-Text @TUS Midlands" link.