Open the Google Scholar advanced search from the menu on the left. The advanced search allows you to easily organise
your search concepts. Here is where you put all the concepts that you want to
see in every search result. This is where you can add a phrase. It works the same
as putting double quotes in a basic Google Scholar search and a catalogue
search. Use this field to search for any synonyms or similar concepts, this means you will find at least one of the concepts, possibly more in each result.
This can help broaden your search. You can limit by date range here, if you only
want to see more recent results. If you can see ‘Fulltext at UniSA’ on the side
of a result this means that it is available. Click the link to access the
article through the library catalogue. If you cannot see the ‘Fulltext at UniSA’
you should double check by searching the library catalogue using the article title.