Connecting Google Scholar to the Library will add "Viewit@Aquinas MI" links to your search results. Clicking these links will prompt you to sign in and search the Library. If the Library has access to what you're looking for, you should be directed to access it.
Google Scholar lets you download your publication data so you can easily import it into other programs. Please note that it only exports your publication info, not citation counts.
Select the articles you want to export.
You can "select all" by checking the box next to "title" on the gray bar under your photo.
Click Export and choose a file type.
BibTeX, EndNote, RefMan and CSV are the available file types.
Managing Your Publications
Add a publication
Click the + button below your photo to add articles to your profile. You can locate articles to add three different ways:
Add article groups - This option shows you groups of articles that may all be yours... or not. This method doesn't always work well but it does let you add multiple articles to your profile at once.
Add articles - select individual articles to add to your profile. (try changing the search to an article's title if the suggestions don't have what you are looking for).
Add article manually - if your work has not been indexed by Google Scholar then you can add it yourself. You can add many different types of publications in this form. Sadly the form does not let you add a link to an online copy.
Use the checkboxes to select your duplicate publications, one set at a time.
The Add button changes to a Merge button on the toolbar. Click it.
Choose the record with the best information (least typos). Click Merge.
Repeat as needed.
Use the checkboxes to select the publication(s) you want to delete.
A Delete button will appear to the left of the Merge button on the toolbar.
As soon as you click Delete the publication(s) are removed.
There is a one-time undo message after you delete publication(s).