|Viewing and obtaining
copies of articles
The search results
page displays the articles matching the search
words you entered.
To view an
article, click on its title. For example, if
you want to view article 1 entitled
"Hewlett-Packard names Jon Hoak chief ethics
officer," you need to click on its title.
provides you with a citation and
bibliographic information followed by the
The citation provides bibliographic
information about the article, such as author
and publication date. The abstract is a brief
summary of the article.
Full-text versions of articles include the
citation and abstract, along with the complete
text of the article.
Text + Graphics
The text and graphics format provides the
citation, abstract, and full text of the
article. It also includes all of the graphics,
such as photographs, illustrations, or charts
that were originally published with the article.
Page image refers to a scanned page of the
article as it was originally published,
delivered in Portable Document Format (PDF), a
standard format for document sharing and
to print a copy of an article.
to email a copy of an article.
You can also use the Marked List to
help you manage the articles you've found.
Use the Search Results page to save information
about your search and the articles it found.
To save an article to your Marked List,
check the box next to the article.
To save your search to list of Durable Links,
click Save Link. You'll find the Save
Link button at the top of your Search Results
page. It will allow you to run the same search
again later or to combine it with other words in
a future search.
To save an article of your interests to the
list of Durable Links, use Article
Display. Open the article in the display
format you prefer, then click Save Link.
Save Link button is located at the top of the
Article Display page. It will allow you to view
the article from another location or to share
the article with others by e-mailing the link.