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Google Scholar: Evaluating Results

Search results

Finding Full-Text with Google Scholar

Learn how to set up Library Links through Google Scholar to get access to full-text content.

Search Results

Results from a Google Scholar search yield a variety of scholarly sources consisting of:

  • journal articles
  • books
  • technical reports
  • legal cases
  • grey materials
  • patents
  • pre-prints
  • other kinds of scholarly documents.

Rankings are listed according to what Google considers to be the most relevant listing.

Items with links to full-text materials held by Lehigh will show the “Lehigh Links” display.

Cited: Number of times an item has been citied and links to articles that cite the work.

Related articles: Articles that are related in theme.

Sorting: Available by relevance or by date.