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Using Library Resources: Key Library Accounts and Related Tutorials and Guides
In Google Scholar, DePaul users can select Settings in the upper left corner and then click on Library links in the left-hand column. Search by entering DePaul and select the following option that appears: DePaul University LibrarySearch - Find Full-Text @ DePaul and DePaul University ProQuest Full-Text and then save your settings.
*Now your Google Scholar search results will show Find Full-text @ DePaul when we have the full-text of the article in your list of results. Just click this link to see which DePaul databases include the article you need. If there's no Find Full-text link, use the DePaul Library Holdings link below the citation instead. If the full-text article is not available, students, faculty and staff may request the article using the Interlibrary Loan service.
Interlibrary Loan is the service for requesting articles that the DePaul Library does not have access to. Additionally, this service is also the platform for requesting books from libraries beyond the I-Share institutions. Interlibrary Loan requests for PDFs of articles take 2-6 days, while books may take 1-2 weeks to arrive and may have shorter loan periods than DePaul and I-Share books.
*Please note that loaning libraries have the right to recall their books from you prior to the due date.