Using Google Scholar

Find Journal Articles and Other Scholarly Sources Quickly for Your Literature Review

A fast walk through the tips and techniques you need to know to use Google Scholar as a one-stop place to gather all the literature you need for your research paper. No more need to spend countless hours in a library, just get comfortable, log on, and follow these tutorials. You'll have all the literature you need in no time.

Your Instructor

Daniel Davis, PhD
Daniel Davis, PhD

Dr. Davis earned his PhD in Sociology at the University of California San Diego. He teaches in the sociology department at San Diego State University. Davis is the author of a book and multiple journal articles on higher education and work. Dr. Davis has mentored dozens of students to graduate school programs, and provides academic coaching to private clients. His Curriculum Vitae and more information can be found at

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