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Sullivan University Libraries @ Lexington: Using Full Text Finder

Use this guide to find information about the library and the Lexington Campus.

What is it?

Full text finder can you help find articles in two ways:

  1. to find out if Sullivan's database subscriptions include access to a specific journal in full text, and if so for what dates of coverage.
  2. to search for an author or subject within a specific journal.  Or find the article when you have incomplete citation information.

To start, click on the yellow box on the library homepage and login with your Sullivan ID and password. [this page can help with login specifics]

Next, type in the name of the journal you are looking for.  Title information looks like this:  

Next, expand the + to see full text availability.  For example, Accounting Today, is available in 5 databases. 

 


Finally, click on Business Source Complete to see a table of contents page within the database to choose search within the journal or use date date breakdown to locate specific article: