Go to Google Scholar settings and select EndNote in the 'Bibliography Manager' section to create links to export citations into EndNote.
Note: citations can sometimes be inaccurate. Please check them carefully
Use the tips in the following document to improve the accuracy and effectiveness of your Google Scholar search
Google Scholar is a subset of Google which searches specifically for scholarly material on the web.
It locates journal articles, theses and dissertations, books, conference papers and other research material from a variety of sources including academic publishers, professional societies, institutional repositories and databases.
Its coverage is strongest in science, technology and medicine.
Be aware that:
Monash staff and students can customise Google Scholar to enable them to link straight through to our full text from Google Scholar.
A wide range of academic quality documents and data can only be obtained from the Library databases.
Topic: Find government information on the impact of climate change on rural communities in Victoria.
A possible search strategy is:
victoria AND climate change AND (rural communities OR rural towns)
eg “rural towns”, “rural communities”
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