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The librarians and staff of the Arthur A. Wishart Library are here to help you with your research. We offer a number of in-person and onlines services to assist you.

Below you'll find answers to your most frequently asked questions. Have a question that isn't here? You can submit your questions and feedback through our Contact Form.

How can I find library resources through Google Scholar?

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Google Scholar can be a useful tool for finding scholarly resources on your topic. To ensure that you get access to all of the resources you're entitled to as a student or faculty member at Algoma University, make sure you connect Google Scholar to Wishart Library's electronic resources. 

To link Google Scholar to our library resources, visit the following link. This should let Google Scholar know that you are an authenticated AlgomaU user. 

We've also created the following video tutorial to help you with this process: Connecting to Google Scholar.

If you have user privileges at other libraries, you can add these libraries to your profile using the directions in the video.