Google Scholar results will link you directly to the online journal but you will likely not have access to the full-text, as you are not authenicated via NUS Libraries subscriptions.
To access the full-text, one way is to use our "proxy bookmarklet". Alternatively, you can configure Google Scholar settings. You will first need a Google account. After you are signed in,
1. Go to settings in Google Scholar (note Google like to moves the preference link around a lot)
2. Click on Library Links on the left, and on the resulting screen search for NUS , select it and click save.
3. When you do the search you will see Find it! @NUS Libraries Link next to it.
If there is no Find It! @ NUS Libraries link present, it means NUS Libraries has no access to the article. In rare cases, Google Scholar may fail to display the link next to articles even if we have access.
To confirm if we really do have access, you can look for the "check library holdings" link which may be under the More.tab:
If the above does not get you to the full-text online, you could try these trouble-shooting steps.
Both the proxy bookmarklet and Find It! @ NUS Libraries method can be used to access full-text from Google Scholar but they each have strengths & weaknesses.
Both methods can be used in combination depending on the situation.
Animated screenshots to guide you through: