Q. How can I download the full-text PDF of an article from Google Scholar?
Answered By: Rebecca Snyder Last Updated: Jul 14, 2017 Views: 80
The easiest way to download full-text articles, if you know the title and/or author, is by searching for the article in Google Scholar and using the Full Text @ Levy Library option shown in the screenshot below. Access Google Scholar via the link below or the link on the Levy Library homepage.
Clicking Full Text @ Levy Library will take you to our Find It page, which usually contains one or more "Full Text" links to access the article.
Not Seeing Full Text @ Levy Library Links, or Hitting A Robot Error Message?
To fix these issues, manually link your Google Account to access Levy Library Full Text. To link your Google account to Levy Library/ISMMS, go to our customized Google Scholar Settings screen, select both Mount Sinai options, and click Save. If you're logged into your Google account, it will remember that setting from now on.
For the rare occasion when the article isn't part of our collection, you can request the article through our Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service. If you've used this service before, simply click the Request link and login to ILLiad to request the article. If you have never used this service, click the Register for ILLiad link to get started.