Q. How do I find full-text in Google Scholar without paying for it?
Here are some steps and screenshots that show how to set your Google Scholar searches to also search our library’s journal access:
1) On the left side, click the 3 bars and choose Settings.
2) From the Settings, choose “Library Links” and search for Purdue University Fort Wayne. Put a checkmark in that box and Save.
3) Now when you do a search, you’ll see “FIND IT @ PFW” links either to the right of a citation or below a citation. Sometimes you’ll have to click the >> icon to expand and see the link. These Find It links will check our online journal access and connect you to the full text. Or if we don’t have immediate access, you can use the “Request through Document Delivery” link and we’ll find another library that can supply it through our Document Delivery service.