One way of utilizing the search tool in Google Scholar is by adjusting your preferences to connect to the St. Charles Community College Library. This will allow you to discover articles from databases our library specifically subscribes to. This can be done by clicking on the "hamburger" icon in the upper left corner, and clicking on Settings. From there, you will click on Library Links, where you can then enter "St. Charles Community College" into the search bar. Be sure to click save before exiting the page.
Below you will find an example of what a search on Google Scholar will look like once you've adjusted your settings. Highlighted to the right, you can click "Full Text@SCC Library" to see if SCC has full-text access to the article you're looking for. Highlighted below, you can click "Cited by" to see other authors who have cited that article. If you click "Related articles," you will be taken to other articles that are similar in subject matter.
Use the Advanced Search function to help limit your search results better. Click the "hamburger" icon in the upper left hand corner, and find "Advanced Search."
Enter different keywords in the various search bars according to how you would like to search for them.