You may have noticed that when you search Google Scholar at IMSA, you can link to articles in the IRC's databases, which will provide you with many full-text articles (not just the citation or a link to buy the article!). That is because Google Scholar knows from your IP address that you are at IMSA & you have access to IRC databases.
If you are at home, you will need to tell Google Scholar that you have access to IRC databases.
So, if you are off-campus, before searching Google Scholar, it is a good idea to set your preferences to connect Google Scholar with IMSA IRC's database subscriptions.
You can change your settings by clicking "Setting" (the gear icon ) near the top of the Google Scholar search page.
Now articles in Google Scholar will link to articles that are available full-text in the IRC databases.
You will still be prompted to log in to those with your IMSA login and password.
Look for articles with the "Full-Text @ IRC" link.
Click on it, and you will be taken to the article (after loging in with your IMSA ID and password).