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Scholar enables you to search the web for scholarly literature, including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts and technical reports. The following steps link Google Scholar results to full text journals held in the library.
Click the settings icon from the Google Scholar home page
Click Library Links from the settings menu
Type ACAP in the search box, tick the ACAP-FindIt@ACAP check box and then Save.
You will now see 'FindIt@ACAP' next to full text articles available in library journal databases.
Google Books is a service that searches the full text of books and magazines which Google has scanned, converted to text and stored in its digital database. Books are still covered by copyright law and access to entire books is often restricted. However, you are still able to read large portions of the texts or request chapters or loans through the library's interlibrary loan service.