Answered By: Sarah Morehouse Last Updated: Jul 05, 2016 Views: 35
In a hurry? Harvard Business Review articles may be found in the Business Source Complete database. You can get to Business Source Complete through the Article Databases link on the library web site.
Want to learn how to locate particular journals yourself? Just like with any other journal, here is how to find Harvard Business Review:
1. Go to the library website at http://www.esc.edu/library
2. Click Journal Finder
3. Enter the title of the journal you want in the search box, placing quotation marks around the title (important), and click the search button
4. If we have access to the journal, you'll see it listed in the results.
- Below the journal title in the results, you will see a list of databases that contain its articles.
- The date range next to the database title tells you which years of coverage are available for the journal in question within that specific database. (For example, EBSCOhost might have the journal for issues published between 2001 and one year ago. Proquest might have it for issues published between 2009 and present.)
5. Click on the name of the database that has the date range you need. You may be prompted to log in with your college username and password.
6. Once you're in the database, you will be at the record for the journal. You can either:
- browse for articles by year, volume, and issue using the menus provided, or
- search for articles within the journal by keyword (look for a link reading "Search within this publication," or similar wording)
Note: Harvard Business Review articles cannot be printed due to publisher restrictions.
Note: Harvard Business Review does not allow the creation of permalinks to its articles.
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