Ratchet-up the quality of your Google search. Search Google Scholar to find journal articles, conferences papers, and patents. Google Scholar may offer you a link to the paper -- but it is more likely to point to a publisher - who will ask you to pay. Wright State University Libraries may be able to get you the paper you need.
Use the Settings option:
Tip #1: Add the OhioLINK "library link" to integrate Wright State access options into your results.
Tip#2: If you are off-campus and see a reCAPTCHA error message "invalid domain for site key," go directly to google scholar; open the menu; choose Settings; Library Links; find and select "Wright State University - Full Text - Wright State."
This video was created by Medical Librarian Joanna Anderson.
Google Scholar is also available as a link on the Wright State University Libraries Alphabetical Databases list under "G". The databases link allows you to authenticate with your Wright State campus user name (w number and password) so that you can access Wright State's full text subscription journals for free from within your Google Scholar search results.