Use databases to find articles about a topic. Galvin Library has over 120 different databases. You can search or browse articles by using recommended subject databases.
Here are some most popular databases.
Galvin Library has subject librarians for every major area of study. Find out your who is your subject librarian and contact them for research help.
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Setting up "Library Links" on Google Scholar allows you to get easy access to articles available through our library subscriptions. Even if we don't have the full text of the article you found in Google Scholar, the Library Links tool will automatically populate a MyILL request for you so that you can request it through another library. Follow the steps below to set up this feature.
From Google Scholar, click on the 3-bar menu located in the top left:
Choose the Settings option from the menu:
Click on the Library Links option. Search for "Illinois Institute of Technology" and click the magnifying glass:
Check the box next to "Illinois Institute of Technology - Find Full Text -> IIT" and press Save:
Now, when searching for articles, the Find Full Text button will appear to the right of the result. Click on it to get access to the article.
If you don't see the "Find Full Text -> IIT" link on the right side, try expanding the two small arrows below the citation. This will bring you to a request link in order to request the article through MyILL.
To find more information about MyILL and setting up an account, see the page below.