Use the tips in the following document to improve the accuracy and effectiveness of your Google Scholar search
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
Google Scholar is a subset of Google which searches specifically for scholarly material on the web.
Where is it?
The best place to access Google scholar is from the Library databases page.
This access provides links to Monash Full text online resources
When would you use it?
Google Scholar is a useful supplement to database research, but you should use the Library's databases as well. It doesn't include all articles and other materials indexed in Library databases 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 database.
Be aware that:
Search results display
If you access Google Scholar from the Library Databases page you will see the 'check for full text' option
Acknowledgement: content above derived from Multisearch Check for full text links in Google Scholar help