When you search your topic for the first time in GALILEO, you will get thousands if not millions of search results. Here are a few was to narrow the results down to a more manage number using the Limit To feature in GALILEO.
When limiting GALILEO to only list results which are Full Text, allows you to read the entire newspaper article, journal article or book.
SCHOLARLY (PEER REVIEWED) JOURNALS
Scholarly journals (also called academic journals or peer-reviewed journals) Includes original research articles, written by researchers and experts in a particular academic discipline. When limiting GALIELEO to list Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals, you will get search results written by experts. These articles are usually more technical in nature.
By default Galileo will provide results from the oldest item published to the most recent. To limit the number of search results, change the date range. In the photo below, shows the number of results presented within a 5 year date range
Search Google Scholar
Google Scholar will conduct a wide search of journals, books, and other publications based on keywords you enter into the search box.
You may not be able to fully access the articles and books that Google Scholar finds, but you can take thoses titles and search through the library's resources to gain access to them. If we don't own them, we can try to reques them for you.
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