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WGB 612 LUX: A Guide to Finding Online Business Resources: Finding Articles

How do I find articles on a certain topic? How do I find a specific article, when I know the journal title?

If you have a topic or subject that you are researching, you may want to begin your research either in a multidisciplinary, general database (like Academic Search Premier or JSTOR) or go directly to a group of databases in your subject area (see list on left side of this page).  You can also find an A-Z List of the library's databases, and descriptions of each, here.

 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):

Submit Text, Select Field, and Press Enter

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).

 

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