Answered By: Lippincott Library Last Updated: Aug 10, 2016 Views: 14
Take a look at Full Text Sources Online, available in print at the Lippincott Reference Desk.
Many of our databases allow you to limit your keyword search to: full-text online. This will limit your search to only those articles accessible from that database.
The Penntext Article Finder allows you to search by journal title to determine if the source is available in full text from any of our databases. You can also click on the Penntext link if you are searching a database and there is no full text option in that database.
Ulrich's Periodical Directory. Search by a journal title and check to see if there is a full text version available. It also lists publications with free Internet archives.
Go to Business Databases and look at Lexis/Nexis -- Click on Sources; ABI/Inform --click on Publications; and Factiva-- click on Source .
Take a look at E-Journals, and enter the journal name or select a business topic.