Probably a really silly and blonde question about Google Scholar


Hi everyone, I've had to use Google Scholar to find a few apparently rare texts that I can't get hold of in the library or on Amazon, but there doesn't seem to be a way of printing them off (I don't like reading anything long or difficult from a screen), I can only add them to 'My Library'. Does anyone know how to get around this?

Thanks, Natassia xx


Hi, as far as I know some texts are copyright protected and couldn't be printed out. There is nothing you can really do about it but if I were you I would go to your library and ask about Inter-library loans. There is quite a few universities enrolled in this scheme which means that if any of the institutions have the texts they will be able to lend it to your university so you can read it. It usually takes a while to get the texts and you will have the hard copies for a month but then you can make your own copy and return the original back. It is really worth investigating!

Also have you tried to find it in the British Library?

Hope this helps. ;-)


Very much appreciative thanks for your views.