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Types of displays (depending on copyright law):
- full text
- citations
- excerpts

Example

Article title
Author's name - Publication title - Publication year - Publisher
Short description

Save it in "My library" - Cite it in a citation manager - Other documents citing it - Other articles related in theme - Different versions -  Other articles related by the same publisher - More possibilities - Find the document in your affiliated library catalogue

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- by relevance
- by date

Citation Manager

How to import Google Scholar references into a citation manager:
1. Click
2. Choose between BibTex, EndNote, RefMan or RefWorks

If you prefer Zotero:
1. Click on top of the page
2. Select the relevant references:



3. Click OK to add them to your Zotero library

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