Answered By: DPU Webservices
Last Updated: Jan 16, 2019     Views: 2630

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In Google Scholar (http://scholar.google.com), select Settings from the top left corner drop down menu. Then, Library links. Search for DePaul, check all "Find full text @ DePaul" options, and save your settings. Now, your Google Scholar search results will show Find full-text @ DePaul when access is detected. When you're connecting to articles and you are not on campus, you'll be prompted to log in with your Campus Connect information.

If no PDF or Find full-text @ DePaul link is displayed, select the double caratsbeneath a desired citation to display a DePaul Library Holdings link. No worries if we don't have it, you can borrow it from one of our partnering libraries via ILLiad, our interlibrary loan service. When an article isn't at DePaul, you'll see the message, "Sorry, this article is not available at DePaul" and you'll be able to place a request via ILLiad. You'll receive an email when the PDF is available for viewing, typically in 2-3 days if the article is available from another library.