If you like using Google Scholar, it can be very helpful to adjust your settings to include Concordia University Libraries. That way, if you find an article in Google Scholar, it'll show you if we have access to the article!
There are just a few steps to this process.
When you finish, you'll be sent back to the main Google Scholar page, and you can start searching! If an article is available from one of Concordia's databases, a link will appear in the right side of the results that says "Find @Concordia Portland."
The screenshots below show this process in a more visual manner.
If you find an article that sounds helpful, but you can't find the full text (or you are being asked to pay for the article), here are some strategies to help:
Strategy One: See if the library has access
If you see "Full text available":
If you see "Citation online":
Keep the tab with OneSearch open, and proceed to Strategy Two.
Strategy Two: Check the open web