Demonstration of how to access articles from the Harvard Business Review through the UOIT library website.
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Finding articles and case studies in the Harvard Business Review is now easier than ever with the new library catalog. To find them, make sure you’re starting at the library’s homepage, http://libraries.luc.edu. Next, click in the search box and type “Harvard Business Review” then click search.
Your first result should be the Harvard Business Review. You’ll see we have both online and physical copies. All you have to do is click on the title, “Harvard Business Review.”
You’ll now see that the journal has opened within the catalog. However, it can be a little awkward to read it this way. Instead of reading this way, you can click on the link that says “Open source in a new window” and it should pop open in a full view.
Now you have two options: One is to browse through the dates and find the exact issue that you need. Instead of browsing through the dates, you can click on the link that says “search within this publication.” Now you can search with any date, author, title, or keyword to find the article you need.
Once you’ve found the article you need, just click on PDF full text and you can read the article right in your browser. There are a few other options here, such as saving this article to read it later, or generating a permanent link so you can return to this article and read it any time.