is a free tool that searches fulltext of most electronic journals (except
journals published by Elsevier). It also contains records for books from
the OpenWorldCat service. Yale Links and Yale Fulltext links are now
available in Google
Scholar for some records.
Yale Links and Yale Fulltext in Google
Scholar results quickly and
easily lead to material licensed or purchased by the Library.
Two options in Google Scholar will lead to Yale material.
- Yale Fulltext. This option indicates
that the Yale University Library has licensed access to this article.
Follow the link to display electronic fulltext.
- Yale Links. Follow this link to other Yale Library services,
as ordering an article through interlibrary loan.
The image below
shows the two options displayed in a Google Scholar search.
Yale Links: Finding Books The fourth record is for a book
entitled An Introduction.
The Yale Links option leads to a menu where an option to search Orbis, the
Yale Library catalog, is displayed. Following this link shows that the
Yale Library owns a copy of the book.
Setting Preferences in Google Scholar To make Yale Links
display in Google Scholar, you must select Yale in
the Google Scholar Preferences.
- From the Google Scholar search screen, select Scholar
- Search for Yale and in the Library Links section check the box
next to Yale University Library.
- Select Save Preferences.