This guide sets out how to find a journal article in full-text when you have the reference details e.g. article title, journal, etc.The main exception is for articles published in the Harvard Business Review (HBR). For instructions on how to access HBR articles, click on the Harvard Business Review tab via the left-hand menu.
Locate a copy of the following article:McGahan, A. M., Bogers, M. L., Chesbrough, H., & Holgersson, M. (2021). Tackling societal challenges with open innovation. California Management Review, 63(2), 49-61. https://doi.org/10.1177/0008125620973713
2) If the article is available via one of the Library's databases, it should appear close to the top of your results list.
If option #1 didn't work, search for the name of the journal in which the article was published (e.g. California Management Review).
1) Enter the name of the journal:
2) Your Library Search results will let you know if the journal is available online or can be accessed in hard-copy from the Library.
When you use Google Scholar off-campus, you’ll often find results that aren’t freely available in full-text.To access more of the articles you need, we recommend that you link Google Scholar to the Library's databases.
Once you've updated your Google Scholar settings, search for the name/title of the journal article.
If the article is available via one of the Library's databases, you should see an @ University of Sydney link to the right of the article.
It can sometimes pay off to run a Google search on the title of the article.
Use quotation marks to search for the title as an exact phrase.
To limit your search to PDF files (more likely to be full-text articles), enter filetype:pdf at the end of your search terms.
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