Google Scholar allows you to link directly to Penn Libraries subscription content. Below are three ways to do this.
The library supplied link to Google Scholar will authenticate you as being affiliated with Penn. This link is provided within the databases portion of the Franklin Search screen.:
During busy times of the semester Google Scholar may interpreting users coming to Google Scholar through the library as bots. If this occurs, access Google Scholar directly but set up links to PennText as described below.
Links to PennText will appear in your search results.
Sometimes other versions are hidden. Click the right-pointing double caret to see additional versions.
The Google Scholar Button is a browser extension that allows you to search Google Scholar from any web page, find full text either on the web or at the Penn Libraries, and format references in widely used citation styles. To install, connect to Google Scholar:
Choose "Button" and "Save:
The button will appear in your browser
When on a webpage, highlight a title of interest.
A pop-up window will display. Note the full-text options at the bottom of the window.
Click the quotes for quick citing examples or to download to citation managers.
Cited by indicates the number of times the article was cited in the Scholar database and links to these articles.