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Permalinks A-L

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These Tabs include the names of: database vendors, individual databases, and websites which provide specific electronic journals. Not sure? Check the Using Databases Guide for more information on electronic resources, or Ask a Librarian.

Use the DOI

1. On the article page, copy the DOI link under the publication date.

Copy the Browser URL with CUW Library Proxy from the article page

It should look something like this:

https://www-dynamed-com.cuw.ezproxy.switchinc.org/condition/condition-name-all/  

1. Click on “Share Link to this Book” under the cover image on the left side.

2. Highlight and Click Control +C on the keyboard to copy permalink.

 

Databases: Academic Search Complete, ATLASerials, Social Work Abstracts, and more

1. Click on the Icon: 

Icon location: the tools menu on the right side of the page

2. HIghlight and copy the link provided in the box.

 

Databases: Clinical Key, Clinical Pharmacology,

  1. Copy the Browser URL with CUW Library Proxy from the article page.

 It should look something like this:

https://www-clinicalkey-com.cuw.ezproxy.switchinc.org/#!/content/journal/1-s2.0-S1526590015009955

Example Databases: Opposing Viewpoints in Context, Literature Resource Center,Academic OneFile

1. Find The Get Link button on the top menu

2. Click Select, then copy the link

 

Use the Permanent Link.

  1. Inside the item record, click on the link icon on the top menu. 
  2. Highlight and Copy the link in the box

What is it: Journal of the American Medical Association Website Linked In Primo

  1. Click the “Jama Network” Link in Primo
  2.  Copy the Browser URL with CUW Library Proxy from the article page on the Jama website.

    It should look something like this: 
    https://jamanetwork-com.cuw.ezproxy.switchinc.org/journals/jama/fullarticle/1104835 

Look for the stable URL.

  1. In the search results, click cite this item, and use the URL in the citation. 

  1.  Inside the item page, on the left side, will be a link.