Find Books, Articles and More

How to find books and articles, and other research materials.

Use Google Scholar to begin your search for scholarly resources. Google Scholar covers a large proportion of scholarly literature including: academic journals, books, institutional repositories, preprints, case law, patents, and dissertations.  You can set alerts to stay up-to-date on the latest literature, access sources through the JHU libraries, and track citations. For more details, read their About page.

Connect Google Scholar to JHU library to automatically access library resources from off campus.

  1. From Google Scholar, select the three bar menu icon.

  2. Look for the “Settings” link or gear icon and select.

  3. Select “Library Links.”

  4. Search for Johns Hopkins in the search box.

  5. Check the boxes for all Johns Hopkins options.

  6. Select “Save.”

The next time you search in Google Scholar, if an item is available through Johns Hopkins, it will show you a selectable link to FINDIT@ JHU FullText.