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Google Scholar Search

If you are searching Google Scholar off-campus, set your preferences in Google Scholar Settings to link to the Saint Mary's online collections.

Google Scholar Search

Is Your Source Credible?

For information on journal quality and what to look out for when searching for journal articles on the web (e.g., in Google Scholar), see the Library's Open Access guide page on Predatory Publishers.

You can also look up a journal in the following source as one way to check for quality and credibility:

Databases and Journals

The following databases are suggested starting points for research in Entrepreneurship. To access a database off-campus, use your SMU email and password to login. View a full list of the library's databases on the A-Z Databases webpage.

Other useful databases: 

Do you have a citation to an article? Check our Journal titles A-Z list to see if it is available at the Library.

Journal and Search Alerts

Most databases allow you to set up a personal account where you can save your searches. Many journals allow you to receive alerts of new issues or new articles that match your research criteria. Look for RSS, Save as Search Alert, TOC Alert, e-alerts, etc. The following guide shows you how to set up alerts: