This page will describe the free Google Scholar journal article search tool, describe the coverage, explain how to link the SXU reolver, and compare the tool to other multi-disciplinary journal indexes.
Google Scholar provides searching of keywords and authors across a wide a selection of academic journals.
NOTE: This tool does not utilize subject headings; see the tools below for more powerful alternative search options.
NOTE: Google Scholar does contain abstracts for many dissertations, with links to free full text materials when available.
You will need to link the results to our local journal resolver to obtain access to all the full-text articles that are available to you through our subscriptions.
Go to the Google Scholar page.
Go to Settings (the three line icon on the top left of the page).
Select Settings (the bottom option).
Go to "Library links" on the left side of the page.
Type "Saint Xavier University" in the search area.
Select Saint Xavier University - Full Text Finder
Click the SAVE button
You will now see Full Text Finder to the right of citations when we provide full text access.
(You will need to validate yourself the first time using your campus ID and password.)
While Google Scholars covers many journals, it may be useful to use other journal search indexes for different purposes: