Answered By: Nicola Dennis
Last Updated: 15 May, 2018     Views: 152

If you have a journal article citation and you would like to be able to view the article in full text, you can use the LibrarySmartSearch to locate the article:

Drucker, P. F. (1991). The New Productivity Challenge. (cover story). Harvard Business Review, 69(6), 69-79.

Go to the Library homepage
Choose the Library SmartSearch button
At the top of the screen is a grey toolbar
Choose Journals
Type in the journal title from the citation - Harvard Business Review
If the journal appears in the results list choose the database - in this example it is Business Source Complete
Choose 1991, then the volume 69 and then the issue 6

Scroll down the list until you see the article you need starting at page 69



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