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Searching for Wall Street Journal Articles in ABI Inform 12.2009 NLU Library
In this tutorial, you will learn How to access ABI Inform, a database of business journals including the Wall Street Journal. How to limit your search to articles from the Wall Street Journal. How to access the full text of the article and the links to print, email, link, and cite the article.
Start on the Library’s home page Note: To access the library’s databases you will need to log in through your My NLU Portal. Under “Find it,” click on Articles. Then click on A-Z List of Databases
ABI Inform: Database of Business journals Click on the ABI Inform (ProQuest) link to access the database.
Limit your search to the Wall Street Journal This is the ABI Inform Search screen. To limit your search to articles in the Wall Street Journal, click on More Search Options.
In the Publication Title field, type “Wall Street Journal” Then type your search term in the search box near the top of the screen. Then click Search.
Wall Street Journal Results Note that all of the results are articles from the Wall Street Journal. Results are automatically sorted by newest first.
Clicking the article title will take you to the full text of the article. Note that you have options to print, email, copy link, and cite the article near the top of the screen.
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