The August 2013 newsletter for the SF Public Library just announced that SFPL is now "sharing information about its online resources with Google Scholar." If you have a SFPL borrowing card, you have access to a wealth of online databases and resources, including JSTOR, Business Source Complete (EBSCO), online language tutorials, and others. Here's how you can easily see which articles in a Google Scholar search result are available at SFPL:
1) Go to Google Scholar and log in to your Google/Gmail account.
2) On the Google Scholar search page, click the link for "settings" in the upper-right of the screen.
3) On the left, select the link, "Library Links."
4) Type "San Francisco Public Library" in the search box and hit "enter."
5) Check the box next to "San Francisco Public Library," then click save.
6) Your Google Scholar search results will now display "SF Public Library" on the right hand side of all search results pages, which tells you which articles are available through SFPL.
Don't forget that if you are signed in to the USF campus network, many articles that appear on Google Scholar will be available to you through Gleeson or Zief online databases. Ask a librarian if you want some tips on how to access the full-text of articles that you locate through a Google Scholar search.