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How do I find particular articles in Factiva and LexisNexis Academic?

In most cases, Periodical Locator links to a current issue and/or a listing of back issues for a given online journal, magazine or newspaper. Links into Factiva and LexisNexis Academic are exceptions. Instead, the links lead to the search page. In both cases, the journal title you are seeking is automatically inserted into the search for you.

To find your article, type all or part of the article title in the search box.

Optionally, narrow your search down to the appropriate time period or include the author's last name in the search box.


This page last reviewed by Sarah Brett on 07/21/2011.



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