Answered By: Kathleen Donovan
Last Updated: Jun 09, 2017     Views: 154

If you use Google to find articles, then download the "Harvard LibX" toolbar extension  (http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ois:portal_libx) to your browser.

The LibX tool will take you through the Harvard proxy server with a simple right click (or ctrl click on a Mac) to reload the article web page through Harvard's access. LibX also offers several other nice features. LibX works with the Firefox and Chrome browsers.
 

To add "Find It @ Harvard" links in your Google Scholar results list:

  • Go to Google Scholar and click "Settings"
  • Click "Library Links"
  • Search for "Harvard"
  • Select "Harvard University - Find It @ Harvard"
  • Click Save

Use the "Find It @ Harvard" links in your Google Scholar results to access full text available to you through the Harvard Library.

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