Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature.
Using Google Scholar allows you to bypass popular information and find scholarly information across a range of disciplines, provided by a wide range of academic institutions.
Google Scholar does not discriminate between peer reviewed and non peer reviewed content, so it is up to you to systematically and critically evaluate the materials you find. Find out how to do this using the TRAAP test.
If you can’t find a link to the full-text article in Google Scholar, search for the journal in the ANU Library Catalogue or article in SuperSearch. If the ANU Library does not have an online subscription to an article you have found in Google Scholar, and you are not able to access a full text open access version of the article, you can request a copy of the article.