Answered By: ESC Sara Last Updated: Oct 31, 2023 Views: 82
Harvard Business Review articles may be found in the Business Source Complete database. You may access Business Source Complete through the Article Databases link on the library website. Note: Harvard Business does not make its case studies available to libraries. Check with your instructor or the university bookstore regarding access to case studies.
Harvard Business Review has disabled print functionality for their articles as a Digital Rights Management (DRM) measure.
They have modified their PDFs so that they cannot be printed, or copy and pasted. You also cannot highlight or add notes to these PDF files. Nor can you create permalinks to these articles.
Further, they have disabled Optical Character Recognition (OCR), making articles unreadable by a screen reader. If you use a screen reader because you are blind or visually impaired, and you need to read one of these articles, please contact the college's Office of Accessibility Resources and Services so that they can have a screen reader-enabled or audio version made available to you.
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