Does the article have a PMID (PubMed Identification #)?
Does the article have a DOI (example: 10.1001/jama.2017.9477)?
How can a link to an e-book or e-journal be created using an ISBN or ISSN number?
Is the full-text article available via EBSCOhost, Ovid, or Proquest?
When should I create a durable link on a publisher/provider website?
In cases where it's not possible link by using a standard identifier (i.e. DOI, PMID, ISSN, or ISBN), you may still compose durable links to connect users directly to content on publisher/provider websites. A durable link is composed in two steps:
1. Obtain a direct link to the desired article or book.
2. Append the proxy prefix to the beginning of the direct link; this step provides secure off-campus access to resources.
How can I create a durable URL quickly?
What is a durable link?
Why should I use durable links instead of PDFs?
What does a durable link look like?
If an e-book as limited simultaneous users online, can I create a PDF and load it to Blackboard?
Where can I learn more about copyright and 'fair use' of materials?
How many users/copies/seats are available for specific books or articles?
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