Google Scholar operates in the same familiar method as a standard Google search, so you may find it more comfortable to use than GALILEO. However, many results on Scholar only provide the abstract of an article or request that you pay to access the article. Instead of paying for the resource or being left with an abstract or citation that cannot be used on its own, there are a few steps you can take to acquire the full article. First, try plugging the article's name into a GALILEO search. Many times, the full text of the article will be available through GALILEO, allowing you access to what you need. In this way, Scholar can be used to search in a more familiar format to find the title of a useful article before acquiring the article through GALILEO. If our virtual library does not have the resource, DON'T PANIC. Simply email your librarians a copy of the citation and we will reach out to other institutions in order to have the resource sent to us. This can occur through either GIL Express or interlibrary loan, so the amount of time it will take for the resource to arrive can vary from a few hours (in the case of emailed electronic copies) to a few weeks (for books that have to travel).