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Google Scholar shows citations for books, articles, and other resources. To increase its usefulness, you can tell Google Scholar you have access to Liberty's subscription databases and a "Get it @ LU" link will appear linking to our databases for a specific article. From the opening Google Scholar page, go to "Settings," then "Library Links" and type in Liberty University. Check "Get it @ LU" and "Open WorldCat" and "Save" this setting. Then it will display a link for "Get it @ LU." Click on this and it will show you which, if any of our databases has that article. Never pay for articles. If we don't have it in one of our databases, you can request that we obtain it via interlibrary loan.