There are a number of ways to find an article on the Fordham Library website at http://www.library.fordham.edu/:
To find a specific journal, go to the Fordham Library website and enter the title in the search box named "Electronic Books & Journals" under "Quick Search".
To find a list of journals on a specific subject, go to the Fordham Library website. Click the link called "E-Journals & Books Portal". Go to "Browse e-resources by subject" and select "Business & Economics". A list of business journals will appear.
To search for journal articles in a database, go to the "Databases" link on the Library website. Select ABI/Inform or Business Source Complete database.
For a multi-journal search is to use the Library's new search tool, OneSearch, found on the Library website page, and check the option for academic journals.
Maximize the return on your searching by using a new tool in the Fordham University Library called OneSearch (see search box below). Find books, scholarly journal articles, news items, popular publications, media, case studies and more with a single search. Upon entering a search term, one view of many types of resources will appear.
Electronic access to these publications may be found on the Fordham Library website (www.library.fordham.edu) by entering the title under "Quick Search" in the "Electronic Books and Journals" search box.
To find articles on a particular subject, enter a search term in a database such as those listed below and it will provide articles from various journals on your desired topic.
Google Scholar indexes the full text of a wide array of scholarly literature across many disciplines. Use Advanced Search for more refined results.
The following icons are used in the databases lists:
|Limited simultaneous users.|
|Open access content.|
|Contains multimedia content such as music or video.|
|Contains statistical data.|