Learn how to use Google Scholar and Google Books

We’ve created two new guides to get you started with Google Books and Google Scholar. These tools can help you discover books and articles found online and at the University of Texas Libraries.

Google Books – Find books that mention your search terms anywhere in the text and let’s you discover books on similar topics. Once you find a helpful book, you can search for the book in a library or access the full text of select titles. Learn more!

Google Scholar – Search for articles, books, citations and more. Once you find a resource you want to use, it allows you to retrieve it from a database or search for it at the UT Libraries. Learn more!

Need more help? Just Ask a Librarian!

About Meghan

Meghan Sitar has been the Instruction and Outreach Librarian in Library Instruction Services since 2005. In addition to coordinating outreach to undergraduates through the development of events, programs, and social media efforts, Meghan works with faculty to design assignments, exercises, and instruction sessions to integrate information literacy into first-year undergraduate programs on campus.
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