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PSYC 240 Social Psychology: Find Resources beyond GRC

Search Google Scholar

Using Google Scholar

Google Scholar can be a useful tool for finding scholarly sources not available in Holman Library.

You may borrow these with InterLibrary Loan.

Be aware that not everything you find in Google Scholar is scholarly, current enough, or relevant. Assess!


Set Google Scholar on your home computer to tell you if we have it at Holman Library! Follow these steps:

  1. At Google Scholar, select Settings from the menu.
  2. Select Library Links from that list.
  3. Enter Green River College. 

Now when you search in Google Scholar, it will display the GRC database that houses that article or book.

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Google Scholar Library Links Setting

Beyond Our Collection: Interlibrary Loan

Using the Interlibrary Loan Service

InterLibrary Loan: No library has it all! But the InterLibrary Loan (or ILL) is a service offered by Holman Library for borrowing books and articles from other libraries. InterLibrary Loan requests are free to current GRC students, faculty and staff.

For your research, it is important to search many places.
  • First, start with the books and articles available through the Holman Library.

  • Then, If you find books and articles that the Library does NOT have access to, just request them through Interlibrary Loan.

  • Using Interlibrary Loan increases the amount of resources available to you and helps you become a more thorough researcher.

Note:
  • Books and other items that require mailing may take 1-2 weeks.

  • Articles and other digital items may arrive within 2-5 days. Use your email as your contact info and the article will be sent directly to you.

If you need help filling out this form, call the library reference desk at (253) 931-6480.

Other places you can search...

Use the links below to look for books, articles and more beyond our collection: