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Google Scholar searches specifically for scholarly literature - peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, etc. Some of the search results are available freely in full-text but many display only links to pay-for-document delivery services. When using Google Scholar on your own computer, make sure that "Library Links" in Scholar Settings are set to "College of San Mateo - Full-Text @ CSM".
Before you start - see the Google Scholar menu (tree horizontal lines). That's where you can access the settings and advanced search interface.
Note: Google will be able to access only small portion of our databases' content.
Use the "Talk" tab, then look for a prompt "This article is of interest to multiple WikiProjects. Click [show] for further details." Follow. You may need to click on "show" again. Look for "This article has been rated as xxx-Class on the project's quality scale." Follow link to the "quality scale" or use the one in this box (see above).