Make sure that Google Scholar settings are set to show you Strathclyde subscribed content:
This means when you search in Google Scholar you'll quickly see those articles where Strathclyde has a subscription and that you can get the full text:
The links to individual articles will prompt you to log in with your Strathclyde username and password. The Full Text @ Strathclyde links to SUPrimo and you can follow the links to articles from there.
Google Scholar results are presented in order that Google determines are the most relevant to the search query.
You can choose if you want your results to be ordered by date or by relevance.
Items that are available from Strathclyde will display with 'Full Text @ Strathclyde' (as long as you have set up Library Links.)
Cited by shows the number of times an article has been cited and links to those other articles.
Related articles links to other articles on a similar topic.
Use Google Scholar to find:
Although Google Scholar can be a very useful search engine it is important to remember that it has limitations: