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Library Resources: Using the Web

Evaluating Internet Sources Using C.R.A.A.P. Test

(Video produced by the University of Mary Washington Media Center.)

Supplemental Material

Using Google Scholar

Video provided courtesy of  WebShare101

Link Google Scholar to complete articles in John Esch Library databases. 

  • Go to scholar.google.com
  • Click Settings. 
  • Select Library Links.  
  • Enter Lakeland University in the search box.  
  • Check Lakeland University John Esch Library - EBSCOhost Full Text.  
  • Click Save. Now your Google Scholar results will indicate if the article can be found in an EBSCOhost database. (Cookies must be enabled to save settings.)

Words to Know

Browser: Also called a web broswer, it is a a software application that allows one to more easily search the internet. Examples include: Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Firefox. 

Search engine: A software application that allows one to browse or search the internet. Examples include, Yahoo, Google, and Bing.

URL (uniform resource locator): Is a specific address given to an online resource. 

 

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