And worth mentioning:
· Google Scholar
o GS is good at identifying articles whose citations were found through other bibliographies that are encountered in the process of reading.
o GS is not like the carefully structured, library-based databases.
o GS provides relatively little free full text.
o GS is helpful when database research has been done but results have been unsatisfactory.
Badke, W. (2009). Google Scholar and the Researcher. Online, 33(3), 47-49. Retrieved from Academic Search Elite database.