How do I find sources by source code?

  1. Click on the Sources tab.
  2. Click on the Find Sources subtab.
  3. Click on the Source Code option.
  4. Enter a library;file code (the limit is 2-6 characters on each side of the semicolon (;)) in the Enter Source Code text box. For example, if you want to find the Financial Times, enter WORLD;FINTIME.
    Note:
    • If you are searching for sources using library codes that do not follow the format above, please go to the Find by Keyword form and enter it there.
    • You may not use connectors on this form.
  5. Click on the Find Sources button. Sources found are displayed below the form.
  6. Select the box next to all sources that you want to search.
    Note: Some sources cannot be selected at the same time.
  7. Do one of the following:
    OptionDescription
    Immediately search the sources you selectedClick on the OK - Continue button to go to a search form and search your selected sources.
    Name the sources you selectedEnter a name in Name Selected Sources and then click on the OK - Continue button. The system takes you to a search form, and the source you named is automatically added to your Recent Sources.
    Save the sources you selected as a favouriteEnter a name in Name Selected Sources and then click on the OK - Continue button. The system takes you to a search form, and the source you named is automatically added to your Favourite Sources.
    Review the sources you have selectedClick on the View link next to the number of sources selected.

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