Access GW Resources with Google Scholar
Google Scholar allows you to search multiple databases at one time. By connecting through GW Libraries website, you will be able to link to many library resources.
- Open Google Scholar (scholar.google.com)
- Click on the Settings icon at the top of the page
- Select "library links" from the left side
- If not already displayed, search "George Washington University"
- Make sure all choices are selected
- Click save
If your browser is set to not save your passwords, the best way to access Google Scholar is via the Libraries website.
- From the library homepage, choose "Subject Databases"
- Choose the A-Z Database List tab
- Choose the G tab
- Find Google Scholar in this alphabetized list
Can't find the journal online? Then look in the Catalog to see if Gelman (or any of the other WRLC Consortium libraries) has the journal on paper. If it's here at Gelman, go to the 3rd floor and make a photocopy of the article yourself. If it's at another WRLC Consortium library, place a Consortium Loan Request for the article. If no library in the WRLC Consortium has the journal, then place a request via Interlibrary Loan.