Google Scholar is a free database on the web and provides access to many full-text articles, especially when you access Google Scholar from a computer with Rutgers IP address. It enables users to search articles from many academic publishers and preprint repositories. The "citations citing" feature is similar to Science Citation Index in Web of Science. Google Scholar should be used as a supplement for Web of Science and Scopus.
Indexes and Databases help you find articles written on a subject or by a particular author and lead you to up-do-date research.
To access resources available to Rutgers users, visit Databases. All titles are accessible from on-campus computers. Rutgers faculty, staff, and students can access databases from off-campus with Rutgers NetIDs when prompted.
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