To get started, just type in one or more keywords to get a list of journal articles and books that match your search. You can also use the advanced search features to make your search more specific.
No. Your results will includes things you can read online, including e-books and e-journals available from the University's subscribed resources, as well as free books and journals. However, they will also include things you can't read online unless you pay for them, as well as references to printed books and journals which are not available online.
First, sign into Google Scholar as a University of Westminster user:
Once you're signed in and have done a search:
If you don't see a FindOnline@Westminster link, don't give up!
For more information on open access resources, see the Open Access Resources Guide.
If you can't read it online for free there are other options:
Yes, you can save a result by clicking on the star icon beneath it. You can access your saved results by clicking on "My library". You can also save references to your referencing software.
Access advanced search by clicking on the menu icon. Advanced searching is limited in Google Scholar but you will be able to:
More tips available on the official Google Scholar search tips page.