More On Direct Links For Libraries In Google Scholar

Earlier this month, we mentioned how any library can now set up direct links to the full-text articles
found in Google Scholar. In other words, say an article is kept behind password protection. If a
library has a subscription, they can enable Google Scholar so that their patrons can automatically view the material. Spotted
via On Google Scholar,
Library Collections Linked on Google Scholar for Free is a recent article from Barbara Quint that looks at
this and other library issues with Google Scholar, in more depth. See also Gary’s post at ResourceShelf,
Direct Links to Articles: Google Scholar is Now Open to All Libraries and
information from Google here: Google Scholar: Support For Libraries.

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