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Find More, with New LexisNexis Open URL Links
Now you can find more articles in LexisNexis, when you find a reference in a database search. Over 6,300 LexisNexis titles from major newspapers, law journals & reviews, trade publications, and scholarly journals have open URL linking through OLinks, taking you directly to available full text. When you search and find a link, if it's a new Lexis link, you can click on the url and it will automatically launch a Lexis search to the article you selected.
Whether you are in PAIS, Art Abstracts, or other databases, look closely at the top left of your search result screen after you find a reference. Click on "Find It!" through OLinks. Look at the top left of the result page for "View full text of this article at LexisNexis." Example: In the database Communication & Mass Media, search Direct marketing's role to find the link to Chris Colbert's article abstract. Scroll down to the "Find It!" link. Look for the top left of the page link to "View full text..." Read the article in LexisNexis!
When looking for journal titles online, or when you already have the complete citation, find results fast by using our new E-Journal portal, too. (Find it on the top-of-page convenient links on the Case Catalog.) A search for this example's original citation (Advertising Age, vol 64, issue 52, p20) revealed many options:
Advertising age (0001-8899)
from 01/06/1986 to present in LexisNexis Academic
from 1994 to 2006 in Business & Industry (OhioLINK)
from 06/10/1996 to present in MasterFILE Premier
from 06/10/1996 to present in Vocational & Career Collection
from 06/10/1996 to present in Academic Search Premier (OhioLINK)
from 06/10/1996 to present in Business Source Premier (OhioLINK)
from 06/10/1996 to present in Communication & Mass Media Complete (OhioLINK)
from 06/23/1997 to present in Expanded Academic ASAP
from 11/15/1999 to 09/04/2006 in ABI/INFORM Complete
Case's E-Journal Portal requires an activated VPN connection and a Case network ID/password.
Posted by Karen Oye on September 16, 2006 02:37 PM