Google Scholar has broad coverage of scholarly literature. It can be used to search for:
It can be particularly useful for establishing an overview of a topic, or researching multidisciplinary topics that might be difficult to research in traditional disciplinary databases.
Google Scholar does have some down sides:
When you are using Google Scholar, tune up your skeptical radar and be careful.
To set up links to Google Scholar's ‘Find it at Augsburg’:
When you search in Google Scholar, after you've set up linking to Augsburg's Journals, you'll see a double arrow under the citation (circled in the left screenshot), and that will show you the link back to Augsburg's holdings (shown in the right screenshot:
You can then click to be brought back to Augsburg's version to download or order the article.