offers full text articles on a fair variety of journals.
You might also want to look into what resources are available to you through your school, my school library provided students with access to webspirs through the school account and this was accessible from your home computer with codes.
One journal article for every clinical day, plus articles for research projects seems like a lot of research to be doing. You might want to talk to some students further ahead in the program and ask if they still have to do this much research or if it is an exercise to get you used to researching issues. They may also have some suggestions for finding articles online as well.
If going to the library this often is inconvenient or difficult, and this is a trend for the rest of your future clinicals, you may want to consider subscribing to CINAHL or Medline, and some specific journals have full text articles available if you pay a membership/subscription fee. You may also want to consider subscribing to a journal you think might be particularly useful and interesting to you, I think AJN and other journals offer significant student discounts for subscriptions, I get all kinds of offers in the mail and find them all over campus.