Finding University Libraries Materials in Google Scholar

Is Google your first source for information? As a Penn State student, Google Scholar can take your research to the next level, because you can search for scholarly literature across multiple disciplines, and retrieve citations and full text for a variety of academic sources, including books, journal articles, dissertations, and more! How it Works Set…

Finding Sources Faster with Citation Linker [Library Lessons]

Have you ever found an article citation in a bibliography and wondered if the University Libraries has access to it? Citation Linker searches the libraries’ holdings and links you directly to the article – no need to locate the specific journal or database on your own! How it works: Fill in the citation information, such as…

Library Lessons: There’s a University Libraries Page for You!

Your Library is a World Library. And there is a World Campus Library page to help you find services and resources specific to your needs. Some highlights include: Fewer links in order to highlight those that are needed frequently (or hard to find) Find Research Guides – search for research guides by keyword, or browse by…

Library Lessons: Researching Opposing Viewpoints

Investigate all sides of the issue with Opposing Viewpoints in Context Need resources covering current hot-button issues? Want to know what people on both sides of the issue are writing? Check out Opposing Viewpoints in Context. Covering everything from climate change to immigration, Opposing Viewpoints in Context provides you with multiple perspectives on a variety…

Library Lessons: Using the Online Reference Shelf

Reference materials are only a click away with the Online Reference Shelf When it’s late at night, you’re still 1,200 words away from writing your conclusion, and the coffee isn’t doing its job any more, you need easy access to even the most basic resources to help you with that final push—the Online Reference Shelf…