Answered By: Lynn VanLeer Last Updated: May 02, 2019 Views: 4
If Google Scholar can't find the article, you may have an incorrect article title or doi, or Google Scholar may not have the article in its index.
Also, not all of our journal subscriptions will show up in Google Scholar.
If you have the complete citation:
- the most precise way to see if we have a subscription to the journal is to do a journal title search.
- How do I find an exact or specific article in the Library if I have the reference citation?
If you have an incomplete citation:
- try searching for the article in the standard Google search engine to find the complete citation.
If you want to verify the DOI is correct:
- use the Metadata Search on Crossref.org to search for the article title. The result will list the DOI.
- What is the difference between library databases, Google Scholar and the internet?
- Guide: Find Full Text: Overview and FAQs
Do you have other Library questions? Ask a Librarian!