If you know the name of an article, & the journal, magazine, or newspaper that it is found in (or have a citation), you can go directly to the library catalog (see below) on the library's website and search for your TITLE there.
For example, you will see in the screenshot above that the library has access to the Wall Street Journal from 2 different databases: ABI/INFORM Complete & National Newspapers Core, as well as in print.
You can also search the widget below to determine our holdings of a particular journal (print or electronic):
If you do not find the item you are looking for, fill out an interlibrary loan form so we can borrow the book or article for you (this is a service that we provide free of charge to students, faculty, and staff).
If you do not find the journal or article you are looking for, fill out an interlibrary loan form so we can borrow the book or article for you (this is a service that we provide free of charge to students, faculty, and staff).
1. Go to http://library.sacredheart.edu/databases/b, scroll down to Business Source Premier.
2. Once you’re into Business Source Premier, click on the “Publications” link at the top of the page.
3. You can either scroll through the A-Z list or enter the name of your publication.
4. Click on your publication title and you will see a list of issues on the right side of the screen. You can even search within this publication for a specific author or article. (Click on the “Search within this publication” link on the upper right side of the screen in order to do this.)
4. If you click the + sign next to a particular year on the right side, it will expand and show you the full list of issues for that particular year. You can then click on an issue to browse its contents, usually arranged in order by page number.