Get more articles with Google Scholar!


  • Finding more journal articles for your next assignment is easy with Google Scholar, and you can even access these valuable resources on Library databases using Full Text@Griffith links.

Google Scholar searches for scholarly resources such as journal articles, conference papers, technical reports and even selected ebooks. Full Text@Griffith links appear next to a result when Griffith has access to the article, paper or ebook on a Library database. Setting up Full Text@Griffith links in Google Scholar ensures you get access to the best possible version of the article, without being asked to pay for it!

To set up Full Text@Griffith links:

On-campus?

Full Text@Griffith links appear automatically.

Off-campus?

Configure Full Text@Griffith links:

  • Go to Google Scholar
  • Select Settings
  • Select Library Links
  • Enter Griffith and click Search
  • Tick Griffith University – Full Text@Griffith
  • Select Save
  • Start searching!

Just remember that Google Scholar only searches for scholarly/academic resources. Lots of other resources relevant to Griffith students and researchers such as articles from trade journals, magazines or newspapers; videos, images, music, standards and much more is only available on the Library catalogue or Library databases. However Google Scholar searches for more Open Access articles than are available in the Library catalogue or databases, making it a great complementary search tool for finding scholarly information.

Just one more thing… check out these great Search Tips for advice on customising search results, setting up email alerts, exporting citations to your reference lists and more!