If there’s no full text HTML or PDF link obvious on the Google Scholar or database page:
If MRU doesn't have it:
Rules differ by discipline. Start with the general rules below and contact your subject specialist / Liaison Librarian for more help.
Scholarly sources are judged based in part on the following criteria:
Scholarly sources: includes academic, peer-reviewed and refereed sources. These are sources written by experts in their field. Scholarly sources can be in any format including books, journal articles and websites.
Peer reviewed / refereed: An article that has been peer reviewed has been reviewed by other experts in the field before publication. Used almost exclusively in reference to journal articles.
Sometimes valuable information is buried in websites. Used advanced search techniques in Google to find what doesn't come up in a simple search.
site: inurl: intitle:
"annual report" site:blackberry.com
communication sustainability plan inurl:pdf
"public relations" energy sustainability intitle:report
communication sustainability intitle:report site:neb-one.gc.ca