Google Scholar is Google's academic search engine. Unlike Google, which searches everything freely available on the Internet, Google Scholar is more selective, only returning results from:
Google Scholar can be a good place to start a search, helping to:
The majority of journal articles in Google Scholar are available via subscription only and you will often be asked to pay a fee to access an article.
However, the Library subscribes to many of these journals. Login to Google Scholar via the Library Databases A-Z page and Find it @ Curtin links will be displayed. These links will allow you to access anything within the library's subscriptions without being prompted to pay.
If you are a member of more than one library, you can set up affiliations with up to five institutions by:
Like Google, Google Scholar has an Advanced search function which allows for more precise searching. As with the library links above, the Advanced search can be found in the menu (select Advanced search). Options include:
If you have located a relevant article, you can find additional, related research via Google Scholar.