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Finance: Library Instruction & Tips

Guide for Finance topics


FindMore@NUSL is a simple and fast way to search nearly all of NUS Libraries’ resources. Find articles, books, DVDs, and more, all in one place. This add-on for Firefox 2+ and Internet Explorer 7+ allows you to search NUS Libraries' collection right from your browser’s toolbar.


Retrieving Full Text from Google Scholar

NUS Libraries is on Google's Library Link programme with build-in support for linking to full text (Findit@NUSLibraries). You can change the Google Scholar settings to take advantage of this. 

Below are instructions on using the proxy bookmarklet  to access  full-text (via NUS Libraries’ subscription) with Google Scholar.

  1. Do a search first in Google Scholar. For example, try this search. You will see a list of search results.



2.  If "Findit@nuslibraries" link appears, it indicates we have subscription to it, and you can click on the link to access the article. If no "Findit@nuslibraries" link appears next to the result you can try clicking on the title in Google Scholar. This will bring you directly to the publisher site with the proxy applied (without further use of the proxy bookmarklet) and in some cases you may have access.   




Above shows an example, where no Findit@NUSLibraries link appears, but if you click on the title, you are able to access full-text via our proxy automatically. Do note that the fact that proxy is added to a site does not imply we definitely have access. For example, we do not have every article subscribed to in Wiley.