To use this feature, do your Google Scholar search through the library’s website:
Google Scholar is an online search engine for articles and other scholarly materials. It is not a library database.
Google Scholar is easy to use if you are familiar with Google, and it can be a helpful tool for investigating what articles may exist on a topic or how many times an article has been cited.
However, in many cases, the full text of an article is not available without paying a fee. Also, the disciplines and subject areas covered in Google Scholar are limited.
Library databases provide scholarly materials on a much wider variety of disciplines and often include links to the full-text for free.
If you decide to use Google Scholar, use it through the library's website, which provides a Find It! @ NSU feature with direct links to free full-text articles in the library's databases (when available).