Cited by shows a list of works that cited this article.
The higher the number, the more important the article is in its discipline.
Related articles redirects to similar articles on the subject
Links in the far right column to CFCC Journal FInder go to full-text from any CFCC database
Go to Advanced Search through the button made of three horizontal lines in the upper left of the screen:
Enter your information on the advanced search screen:
We don't really know how Google Scholar indexes items, but according to Google, "Google Scholar aims to sort articles the way researchers do, weighing the full text of each article, the author, the publication in which the article appears, and how often the piece has been cited in other scholarly literature."
Try these quick tricks:
When searching Google Scholar off-campus, you can set your preferences to connect to Cape Fear Community College Library.
You can also limit only to articles in English.
Change settings by clicking the "hamburger" icon then the settings icon at the top left of the Google Scholar search page.
Use "Collections" to de-select patents and "Results per page" to make changes to the length of your results lists.
Use "Languages" to limit to articles written in English.
Most important, use "Library links" to search for and select articles from CFCC databases.
As a research tool, Google Scholar is good for many tasks, and not as good for others. When deciding whether to use Google Scholar or one of the CFCC Library subscription databases, please keep the following in mind:
Google Scholar is good for...
Google Scholar cannot...
Google Scholar returns a list of CITATIONS. Citations will link to full text ONLY if:
Not everything in Google Scholar is scholarly.