Google Scholar is an online search engine that uses a sophisticated algorithm to identify academic resources such as peer-reviewed articles, theses, books, abstracts, and technical reports from around the world. Google Scholar allows researchers to easily locate relevant materials and helps them track down the original sources of information. It also offers Google’s dating feature, which allows you to easily follow your own work and that of others.
How Google Scholar works
It works in the same way as Google’s regular search engine, but focuses on academic and scientific content rather than web pages and other types of content on the internet.
To use Google Scholar, simply access the Google Scholar website and type a search term into the search box. Google Scholar then performs a search on its database of academic and scientific publications and displays the search results in a list.
Search results include article titles, authors, abstracts, and links to publications. If a publication is available online, a link will be provided to access it. If the publication is not available online, information on how you can obtain a copy will be provided.
How to filter results in Google Scholar
Google Scholar also offers several filtering and advanced search options to help users more easily find what they’re looking for. For example, users can limit their search to a specific time period, a specific language, or a specific source. They can also use advanced search operators, such as quotation marks to search for exact phrases or the plus sign to exclude terms from searching.