Use the source directory to locate any of the sources available to you by selecting LexisNexis® categories and sources in a way similar to navigating a file structure within Microsoft® Windows® Explorer.
To access the source directory, click the main "Sources" tab from any page, or click the "More Sources" link from a Search form.
There are several ways to use the source directory:
Click one of the links below for more information about locating sources.
Each selection you make in the source directory creates a "trail" of your path. You may click one of the links in the trail at any time to travel back up the path you've been following.
An example trail might look like this:
Filter by Country
Use this drop-down list to view only sources for your country, or to view sources from each country included in your subscription. If you have access to sources for only one country, you won't see this drop-down list.
Filter by Topics
Use this drop-down list to view only sources related to a specific topic. The list is grouped into major categories.
Find a Source
To find a source quickly, enter it into the "Find a Source" box and click Go. (Click "More Options" for more advanced methods of finding sources.) Your results will be displayed where you can select and combine sources.
Find Sources by Keyword
Click the "By Keyword" radio button when you know the specific source in which you want to search. Type the name of the source, or words contained in the name of the source, in the box under Keyword or select filtering options from the drop-down lists and click Find Sources.
Note: You cannot use Boolean connectors (AND, OR, etc.,) or universal characters (*, !, etc.,) when entering a source in the Find Sources box.
Find Sources by Alphabet
When you want to find a source by its initial letter or number, click the "By Alphabet" radio button.
For example, if you're looking for a specific Frankfurt source but don't know exactly how to find it, click the "F" link to view a list of sources beginning with "F." Use the methods below to locate the specific source you are looking for in this list:
Some related sources can be combined so you can search them together.
Note: Not all sources can be combined. If the check box next to a source is grayed out, you cannot combine it with others.