Answered By: Mary Anne Erwin
Last Updated: Jun 10, 2019     Views: 177

There are about 500 articles from Harvard Business Review (HBR) that may only be read online from the Business Source Complete (BSC) Ebsco database.  The publisher does not allow printing nor downloading nor linking via a persistent link. Below is an example of such a notice on a BSC record.

A read-only notice on a Harvard Business Review article

 

You may read the article online or visit the Webster University Library to find/request the article in the print periodical. See the FAQ, How do I request an article through ILLiad? 

ILLiad is the library's InterLibrary Loan/Document delivery software. If you are an extended campus or online student, read the directions in the above FAQ, then click the ILLiad link and create a new request for a journal article (see the menu on the left of your ILLiad account). Please indicate in the Notes section of the request that the full-text of this article is not available for printing in the Business Source Complete database.