Answered By: Matt Stevons Last Updated: Apr 25, 2022 Views: 955
You can bookmark, save, or copy links to items like articles and e-books from most of the Library's databases for easy access later. However, for most databases, like those from EBSCO, you **cannot copy the URL from your browser's address bar.**
The following directions will show you how to find the correct link to use within EBSCO databases, ProQuest databases, Gale eBooks, Ovid, and Skillsoft Books:
Exceptions & Other Databases
There are a few databases where copying the link from the address bar works. For example, APA's Academic Writer, as well as any open access databases that don't require authentication (PQDT Open, Pubmed Central, for example).
Note that currently, we can't directly link to any documents from Westlaw Campus Research. For this database, download copies of the articles for use later.
Not sure about which link to use?
If you have any questions about which link to us, e-mail us.
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