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Evaluating Sources of Information

Sources should be considered for currency, relevance, authority, accuracy, objectivity and purpose.

About Google Scholar

Google Scholar provides a broad search of scholarly sources. By linking Google Scholar to the SPC Library, the searcher has free access to the articles in our databases. Learn more about Google Scholar

Set Google Scholar for SPC Database Articles

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Google Scholar works with our library's databases!  Here's how to do it:

1. Access Google Scholar

2. Click the three horizontal bars in the corner of your browser to view the menu

3. Click the cog icon to see Settings

4. Click Library Links and search for St. Petersburg College

5. Check the boxes next to "St. Petersburg College" links 

6. Click Save. 

A Find @ SPC link will now appear next to articles in your search results.  Click on it to see if we have the article in our collection.