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Staying Current With Dental Research

Learn how to use email alerts, RSS feeds, apps to stay up-to-date with new articles published in dental and dentistry research.

Get Full Text

  • In many cases, you will not be able to use the links in journal alert emails sent directly from the publisher to access full-text because those links are not customized for USC Libraries subscriptions.
  • To access full-text articles through USC Libraries subscriptions , search for the title of the article or journal in the USC Libraries catalog. 
  • Please see the videos below for more detailed guidance. 

Use the Find It @ USC button to access full-text through USC Libraries subscriptions.

image of Find It @ USC icon that appears in databases and links to full text through USC Libraries subscriptions

Getting Full Text

PubMed @ USC

To access full-text through PubMed:

  1. Click on a link to PubMed@USC on the Wilson Dental Library/USC Libraries website. 
  2. Sign in with your USC NetID and password.
  3. Conduct a search.
  4. Click on an article title to view the abstract.
  5. Click Find it @ USC. 

screenshot of article abstract and Find It @ USC icon in PubMed

Google Scholar

Customize Google Scholar to link to Find it @ USC and get full-text through USC Libraries.

  1. On the Google Scholar homepage, click the three horizontal bars in the upper left corner
  2. Click Settings
  3. Click library links
  4. Search for University of Southern California – be sure to select the option that includes FindIt@USC in the label
  5. Click Save

Now when you search Google Scholar, you will see a link to Find It @ USC which will direct you to the USC Libraries subscriptions to full-text articles.

Screenshot of Google Scholar search result and Find It @ USC link out to full text