January 29, 2015
We have recently started sharing with our readers here a series of blog posts covering important tips and features embedded in Google Scholar. Today,we are introducing you to Google Scholar library. This is your personal library where you aggregate and organize the articles and research papers you read.
Google scholar library is definitely a must-use feature for student researchers and academics. It allows you to save articles right from the search page and organize them using your own tagging system so you can easily search and find them when need be. More importantly, any link you save to your Scholar library comes in with other bibliographical information such as formatted citations, number of citations of the article, date of publication and many more.
Read this guide to learn how you can set up your Scholar library. Below are answers to some important questions regarding different features of Google Scholar library. You can use it to help you better understand how Scholar library functions. This snapshot is taken from Google Scholar help centre.