Q. I am not able to find full text of the article when I used the regular Google Scholar link. What should I do?

I went ahead and changed Google Scholar link to http://scholar.google.com. 

I found a citation of the article I needed, but I could not access the article. What should I do?


Suppose I am looking for an article on the topic of 'geotextiles and geomembranes'. 

When I search in Google Scholar, I found a citation for the article 'Experimental investigations and constitutive modeling of cyclic interface shearing between HDPE geomembrane and sandy gravel'. I clicked on it but I was asked to purchase the article. See screen shot below. Clicking on 'Get Access' asks for purchasing the article. 

Get Access

If this happens, We recommend you use:

Try Summon (search box on the main Library website) to find the article you need. 

  • Use relevant research keywords related to your topic. 
  • For example,in this case just copy and paste the title of the article  Experimental investigations and constitutive modeling of cyclic interface shearing between HDPE geomembrane and sandy gravel’ and click on Search.


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You will see:

Summon SearchClick on Article PDF link to obtain the full paper.

  • Last Updated Sep 16, 2019
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  • Answered By Jay Bhatt

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