To search the full text databases you start on the Library homepage. Scroll down to the A-Z List. Use this list to look up a Journal Title. When you find the title you want, follow the links underneath its name to explore the title, including viewing full text.
If you are unable to find what you are looking for, use other full-text databases.
To locate articles on legal topics, perform a search in one of the databases below. Some databases provide full-text display of articles while others only provide citations to, or abstracts of, articles. The following databases are listed on the library's webpage under the Research Tools feature or by going directly to:
These databases may be accessed off-campus. You will need the number printed above the barcode on the back of your Widener ID.
Scholarly, business, health and other journals. Also includes newspapers and general magazines. Important for nursing majors because it contains the CINAHL® with Full Text database with full text nursing and allied health journals.
Includes ArticleFirstand ECO, indexes to general, non-legal periodicals. Indexes only, no full-text.
Law Library Microform Consortium
Older federal executive, judicial and legislative documents available online.
Click "Choose" under Search to begin searching.
General magazines and periodicals online. Including historical New York Times and Wall Street Journal.