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I found a book in Google Scholar -- how do I get a copy?
When you find a book in Google Scholar search results, click on the double angle brackets beneath the citation, then click on the link to "Find It@AU". The link will automatically perform a search in AU Library Search.
- If AU has access to the ebook by a single provider, the ebook will open
- If AU has access to the ebook from multiple sources, the AU Library Search record will open and you can click on any of the links there to access the ebook
- If AU owns the print book, the AU Library Search record will open and you will see the book's call number and availability
- If AU does not own the book, an AU Library Search record will open and you will be presented with a link to request the book through a CLS Request or Interlibrary Loan.