The research tasks you do the most on Lexis Advance – Search a specific source

Posted on 07-07-2015 by
Tags: Lexis Advance Results , How-Tos & Guidance , Lexis Advance , Lexis Advance search , Browse Sources , Lexis Advance Enhancements , tuesday tips

Many of your favorite research tasks— those tasks you rely on to get you to information you need—can be completed at Lexis Advance® in a couple of steps. Try them out. Get comfortable. They’re so simple you’ll memorize them quickly.

Search a specific source

If you know the source: Enter a partial title in the red search box, which makes source suggestions. Select to add your title to a search. Select Get Documents to retrieve available source documents. Select Table of Contents to view a source’s TOC. You can also browse and search sources:

1. Select Browse in the black Lexis Advance header and select Sources.

2. Select All Sources. The screen above displays.

3. Enter a partial title in the Sources search box. (Or browse titles alphabetically, by content types, jurisdictions, etc.)

4. Select a title link. Actions display. You can Add to filters to add the source to your search or Get Documents to retrieve all available source documents. Also create a Publication Alert for many sources. To get source details, such as update schedule, select the icon.

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