No configuration is necessary. When you conduct a search within Google Scholar, articles that can be linked to full text will have a "Full-text @ Molloy" hyperlink at the right of the results as illustrated below:
You can connect via the instructions in the GET IT FAST box or use the GoogleScholar search box provided on this guide. You can also manually configure Google Scholar on your home computer or laptop in a few simple steps:
In the "Search Results" settings, you can also select a bibliographic manager.
Setting Additional Preferences: While in the Scholar preferences, you may also want to take a moment to set the Search Language to English and if desired,
Test your settings. Conduct a sample search. Links to Molloy should appear to the right, links to ProQuest and RefWorks appear below the citation as indicated in the first screenshot above. Didn't work? Use the methods indicated in the GET IT FAST box on the right.
Web of Science has partnered with Google Scholar so that when one searches Google Scholar, a Web of Science link will appear under the result. You must get to Google Scholar using the library's A-Z database link, or be on campus, in order to see the Web of Science options shown below. As per the Clarivate website:
For Zotero and Academic Writer:
Note: To configure the export to Zotero or Academic Writer, you must configure Google Scholar by clicking on the Search Results and selecting RefMan as your default in the Bibliography Manager area.
Conduct your search in Google Scholar.
Each record displayed will have an "Import into RefMan" link. Clicking on the link will download the RIS file.
Login to your Zotero or Academic Writer Account.
Drag & drop, or import that RIS file into your Citation Manager.