Google Scholar is alternative to Summon for finding scholarly material from many sources at once. it is very useful for articles, less so for books. It includes scholarly material not indexed by the main Google search engine, such a selection of content from university repositories. Also unlike the main Google search, Scholar does not personalise results.
There are two ways of ensuring Scholar links to SIA databases:
If an article or other document is available, there will be a link on the right hand side of the screen. In the example below, the link says online @ SIA, showing that in the instance the link is to SIA's subscriptions:
If there are no options at all on the right hand side of the screen, follow the small link below the result, which in the example above says All 5 versions. One of these versions may have an option.
Citations in later works
Under each search result, you will see a link to later papers and other resources that have cited the resource in question. This can be useful for evaluating how influential a paper has been, and for following the subsequent scholarly debate.
To search for works by a particular author in Google Scholar, first use the burger icon - highlighted below - to access advanced search:
From advanced search, you can access a screen for searching by author:
It is usually best to give more than the author's family name. Quote marks may be useful. You can add in keywords a date range, and other options if you wish.