Have you ever used Google Scholar (https://scholar.google.com/)? It can be used to search for scholarly information on the web, including articles, books, conference papers, and theses. However, your results may not provide access to the full-text, or charge a fee to access. By connecting Google Scholar’s settings to Viterbo’s library, you are able to link directly to those articles that can be found in the library’s databases. For directions on linking your settings use the document found here.
If the library does NOT have access to the article, many times we can request it from a different library, at no charge to you. To find out more about this option, visit the interlibrary loan page at https://www.viterbo.edu/library/about-interlibrary-loan.
-- Jodi Hilleshiem, Instruction & Electronic Resources Librarian, firstname.lastname@example.org