B Type in keywords from list you made earlier Click on full text and limit by date if you wish Click on Search
Example of Persistent Link for electronic journal article in BSC Click on Journal title in Results List and scroll down to persistent link and copy and paste it into your reference list NB This could be called Document url in other databases
Searching for journal articles when you have the reference
Liu, W., Guthrie, J., Flood, P., & MacCurtain, S. (2009) ‘Unions and the adoption of high performance work systems: does employment security play a role ’. Industrial and labor relations review, 63 (1), 109-127.
See next slide & handout for step-by-step instructions for finding article
Search library catalogue – change the drop down menu to ‘Journal keyword’ and type in the title of the journal : Industrial & Labor Relations Review.
When you’ve found it in the results, click on the title.
There’s a section with several links that say ‘Middlesex University users click here’. Click on the one that says ‘Full text available from Business Source Complete’.
If you are using a non-Middlesex Computer you will now have to log in to Athens using your computer network username and password. See http://www.lr.mdx.ac.uk/helpsheets/getting_started/athens.pdf for help.
On logon page click on Middlesex University link
If you don’t see this you will have to do the next 3 steps instead –
Select alternative logon
On Organisations page click on Middlesex University (or if you don’t see this, scroll down to Universities and click on the + sign)
Click on Middlesex university link
When you’ve logged in, you’re taken to the Business Source Complete page for the journal. On the right hand side, find the correct year, and click on it.
The year will expand to show the volumes and issues for that year: click on the one you’re looking for.
Then scroll down until you see the article. Click on pdf to see the full article.