Answered By: Reference Desk Last Updated: Jan 28, 2020 Views: 0
We have access to the Harvard Business Review (HBR) in several databases. Searching for the publication title in our One Search box from the main library page will give you a list of databases where you can access the publication.
Business Source Complete covers HBR from 1922 to present. You can access Business Source Complete through the library's A-Z databases list under the letter 'B' (the A-Z list is linked from the main library webpage, see a white word "databases" at the bottom of the blue search box).
If you are off campus you will be asked to give your Washburn ID number and name to authenticate before being given access to the databases.
Once you are in the database you can search by author and title for your publication. Sometimes you have to try different combinations. For example, if you do an author and title search and nothing pulls up try searching just the title, if that does not work try searching just the author and narrowing it to the year of publication using the refining options on the left side of the results page. If that still does not work contact the reference desk. If you want to make an appointment with a librarian we would be happy to show you how to access these databases in person.