Google Scholar is a search engine separate from Google web search. It can help you find academic journal articles for your college papers and projects, but it's important to be careful when using Google Scholar. Google Scholar will find articles for you, but it doesn't provide access. You may be asked to pay for access to articles. Google Scholar also doesn't vouch for the articles you find there. The articles you find may be of poor quality or even fake. Be sure to evaluate you Google Scholar articles and citations.
Don't pay for articles! If you want to use an article from Google Scholar, but it costs money, contact the Library or put in an Interlibrary Loan request (usually takes a week for article delivery)!
Find the citation for a great article or book but the Library doesn't have access to it? Request it through Interlibrary Loan!
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Interlibrary loan is available to Delta College administration, faculty, staff and students. Michigan residents not affiliated with Delta College may also use our interlibrary loan services. If the request is for someone younger than 16, then a parent or guardian must initiate the interlibrary loan request. All interlibrary loan material must be picked up and returned to the Delta College Library. There is no charge for interlibrary loan services.
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