use the “related articles” option to find similar articles to the one you’ve found.
check the article's reference list to find works cited by the author.
click “cited by” to find resources that have cited the article you have found.
Link Google Scholar to the Library
Once you find an article in Google Scholar, it is good practice to verify it in another database to see if it has been peer reviewed or if the journal is reputable.
Lean Library is a browser plugin that can be used to see which articles in Google Scholar are available through the Library. This is useful for finding full text articles or checking whether an article has been peer reviewed.
Library Links is a search function within Google Scholar that limits results to full access articles in the Sydney University library. We recommend you use Library Links by following the below link.