Google Scholar is a helpful tool to locate resources not indexed by Moody’s library. This tool will search all the resources that we have added in full text or partially indexed (by providing information about the book or article—title, author, publisher, etc.). While we have many thorough indexes, our unindexed resources are indexed by Google Scholar.
Navigate to scholar.google.com and enter your search term(s) to do a public search. Use the Advanced Search tool in the left-hand menu to provide more specific information about what you are searching for. The Advanced Search tool does not provide Boolean searching structures, but you can still add Boolean logic into the search box. Know that not all resources have their metadata available through Google’s indexing, so it is still valuable to use other searching strategies. Be sure to check that the resources you find are peer-reviewed or meet other criteria of scholarly information as not all information available on Google Scholar is necessarily scholarly.
Many resources are indexed by Google Scholar, but the full text is not available through Google Scholar. If this is the case, you can request the full text through Moody’s Interlibrary Loan request form.
Reach out to the Information Desk (email@example.com) with any questions about Google Scholar!