Four Ways to Solve the Problem

Scholar Settings: One simple change can turn Google Scholar into what's effectively a Harvard database -- with links to the full-text of articles that the library can provide. Here's what to do:  Look to the left of the GS screen and click on the "hamburger" (); then click on .  Look for "Library Links."  Then type Harvard into the search box and save your choice.  As long as you allow cookies, the settings will keep.

Lean Library: a browser plugin that (nearly always) identifies digital availability of items at Harvard and runs automatically as you search books and articles.  This can sometimes seem intrusive, however.

If it is, another option is to set up a Check Harvard Library Bookmark. It works like a browser extension that you click on when you need it. Directions are available here:

And when all else fails, remember that you can cut and paste the title and put it into HOLLIS to double-check.  If we don't have it, you'll be prompted to request that we get it for you.