1. Click on the Menu button in the top left, then click on Advanced search.
2. You can search using exact words or phrases, title words, and more. You can also search for a particular author, journal, or date.
Google Scholar ranks results by relevancy and how many times a work has been cited.
1. You can see how many times a work has been cited with the Cited by tool.
2. Click on the Cited by link to see a full list of all the citing references.
3. Check the box to search within the citing articles and add keywords. You can also filter by date on the left.
You can also find how many times a work has been cited in the Web of Science index, which is a more curated list of citing articles.
You can generate reference list citations in Google Scholar by clicking on the Cite button. Styles include MLA, APA, Chicago, Harvard, and Vancouver. Citations are not always correct. Be sure to check the citation with a style guide.
While searching, you might find an article that is exactly what you're looking for. Click Related Articles beneath that work. You'll be taken to a new list of results closely related to the original article you found.
You can save and organize articles you're interested in by clicking Save.
1. First, be sure to log in with a Google account.
2. When you save the item, you can add it to a reading list, or a labeled folder.
3. You can go to My library of saved articles, by clicking on My library in the top right, or in the menu.
4. In My library you can search the library, label a saved item, delete an item, and manage labels.
You can import citations from Google Scholar directly into the citation manager EndNote.
1. Set up the EndNote link by going to the menu in the top left and Settings.
2. In the Search results settings, click on Show links to import citations into...and choose EndNote. Then, save.
3. Now, you'll see an Import EndNote link under each item. Click the link to download an EndNote file that you can then import to EndNote.