You may use Google every day, but have you tried Google Scholar recently? Released in late 2004, Google Scholar is both a citation and full-text database that contains scholarly literature. Its content ranges from open web materials to full-text articles as well as various sources of peer-reviewed papers, theses, books and abstracts, all published from academic and scholarly entities.
To find information in Google Scholar, you can either search by keyword (director’s and officer’s liability insurance), by article title (Medical Malpractice Implications of Alternative Medicine), by author name (author: "neil a doherty" ), or by combining an author’s name with a subject (author: "john lowry" and insurance). If you select Advanced Google Scholar, you can even limit your search by publication, date, and other parameters.
The Google Scholar search result may take you directly to databases such as SSRN, JSTOR, and other commercial databases and academic journals subscribed to by the University of Connecticut libraries, which participate in Google Scholar. Give it a try today and see how Google Scholar can meet your information needs.