the last visible dog (intertext) wrote,
the last visible dog
intertext

Query: citing Google Scholar

I need the help of the wisdom of the flist! It's so long since I did any serious academic work (well, two and a half years, but a lot can change in that time...). I have an article that I found on Google Scholar, and GS links directly to a pdf file that you download, not to a website, so I assume that I cite it as I would any other online fulltext database, like EBSCO?? Is this a correct assumption?? Are people actually putting "accessed Google Scholar" and then whatever date?
Subscribe

  • The Weakness in Me

    Robinson's death has hit me hard. Also, the general feeling of doglessness. I haven't been without a dog, except for when on holiday, for eighteen…

  • Silly old dog

    Ate ten prawn shells last night. Of course, that means that stupid owner left them somewhere where dog could get them (and ate 10 spot prawns all by…

  • You know your dog is old when...

    You have to drive him (two and a half blocks) to the dog park. You are ecstatic when you realize that he's still breathing, though deeply asleep. You…

  • Post a new comment

    Error

    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded 

  • 5 comments