The Journal Finder is the principal tool to discover whether full-text of a journal is available through the Zondervan Library.
You can often find a journal article in full-text through the Journal Finder that you may not find linked through Business Source Complete or Google Scholar.
Please note that you search Journal Finder with the TITLE OF THE JOURNAL not the title of the article.
Through a movement called "open access," an increasing number of freely accessible scholarly articles are linked from Google Scholar. Before placing an interlibrary loan request for a scholarly article, check to see if it might be linked via Scholar. Here's how:
1) Copy the TITLE of the ARTICLE -- putting the title into quotations: "....."
E.g., "Value-enhancing capabilities of CSR"
2) Open Google Scholar.
3) Paste the title you copied with quotation marks into the search box.
4) Look for and follow any links in the right margin to full-text.
This is the principal tool to find books, eBooks, DVDs, and many articles available through Zondervan Library -- but also things available from many other libraries.
Field prefixes in WorldCat:
yr: range of years -- e.g., 1980..2016
Worldcat is a very useful resource for generating interlibrary loan requests for books or articles:
Find citation/entry for item (e.g., book or article) --> Search by title (ti: prefix) in WorldCat --> Request Item through Interlibrary Loan.
See Google Scholar to WorldCat to ILLiad video
Google Books: Explores the contents of millions of digitized books.
To search within specific books. See this brief video: limit the search to "Preview" books.
“Get this book in print” --> “Find in a Library” will take you to WorldCat.org where you can request a book via interlibrary when not available in Zondervan Library.
See this video on going from Google Books to finding the book in WorldCat in "print" format that can be requested through interlibrary loan.