Google Scholar. Google, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043; 650.253.0000; fax, 650.253.0001; http://www.scholar.google.com. Free website Google has certainly had an impact on the way searches are conducted: easy to use, many results. In November 2004, Google Scholar was born. Google Scholar was designed, like its predecessor Google, as a plain, simple, easy-to-use interface for finding information. Search results can include scholarly literature citations, peer-reviewed publications, theses, books, abstracts, other literature, articles from academic publishers, professional organizations, preprint repositories, universities, and other scholarly organizations . This is far more comprehensive than many of the databases that are listed in most academic health sciences libraries' websites. Google Scholar is responsible for bringing more users to biomedical journal websites, such as BMJ, than PubMed [2, 3]. It even crawls the OCLC Worldcat http://www.worldcat.org. website for books.