If you are looking for a specific journal article and have a reference to it (e.g. from a bibliography or reading list) use the Library catalogue to search for the journal title, not the article title. The catalogue will tell you if there is a print or electronic copy of the journal available from Durham University Library.
If you are looking for any articles on your chosen subject, you will need to use bibliographic databases for your subject to search by keywords. These will list articles that match your search criteria. You can either open the article directly (if the Library subscribes to the journal) or go to the Library catalogue to search for the journal title.
The bibliographic databases below will give users access to journals and/or newspapers.
Ebsco Business Source Complete
This database provides full-text content from 11,000+ sources, including more than 1000+ international top ranking and scholarly business journals. The database offers information in virtually every area of business including accounting & tax, banking, finance & insurance, construction, computer science and economics as well as country economic reports and company profiles.
This database contains over 35,000 articles from over 120 management journals, complete with full-text archives back to 1994. Emerald covers the major management disciplines including strategy, leadership, information management, marketing and human resource management.
A database of full-text information taken from local, national and international general news sources and agencies, professional journals and specialist trade, company and industry sources. Includes company information from ICC, Extel, Disclosure, and Directory of Directors. This database is primarily aimed at business users, but also covers general current affairs. Information is drawn from over 4000 business information sources, including the Financial Times and other global news sources, offering company news items and financial information on UK and international companies.
This database provides access to full-text coverage of international and US newspapers, trade publications, business newswires, press release wires, media transcripts, news photos, business-rich web sites, investment analyst reports, market research reports, country and regional profiles, company profiles, historical market data.
The following databases give access to limited bibliographic information from journals and/or newspapers.
ArticleFirst - Firstsearch
This database contains bibliographic citations which describe items listed on the table of contents pages of more than 13,000 journals in science, technology, medicine, social science, business, the humanities, and popular culture. Coverage is from 1990 to the present for most journals, 1992 or 1994 to the present for some.
This database is produced by the American Economic Association (AEA). EconLit indexes from books, journal articles taken from over 450 journals, dissertations, and articles in books published since 1969. The subjects covered within EconLit include economic theory and history, fiscal theory, econometrics, agricultural economics, public finance, demography, monetary theory, international economics and others.
A platform which provides online access to an extensive collection of general and specialized databases covering a wide range of subject areas. It features links to abstracts, articles, indexes, reviews, and full-text of works such as dissertations, journals, reports, and conference proceedings and papers. There are links to some OCLC databases.
Web of Knowledge
ISI Web of Knowledge is an integrated platform designed to support research in academic, corporate, government, and not for profit organizations. The ISI citation databases are multidisciplinary databases of bibliographic information indexed to be searched by subject, author, journal, and/or author address. They can also be searched for articles that cite a known author or work.
This database contains details of approximately 20,000 current journals and 16,000 conference proceedings published per year. With almost 15 million article and conference records, the database covers every imaginable subject in science, technology, medicine, engineering, business, law, finance and the humanities. The database covers the years from 1993 to date and is updated daily. A list of journal titles covered by the database is available. Copies of all the articles and conference papers listed on the database are available from the British Library's Document Supply Centre in Yorkshire.