If you find an article in a database or journal that our libraries subscribes and want to share it with your students, you need to use the right URL. Here are the ways to find it.
- Using the Permanent or Stable URL from Databases
- Alternative Way
The databases from big vendors such EBSCO, ProQuest, and JSTOR provide permanent (or stable) URLs to each article. Please see screenshots for where to find the appropriate link.
- At the article's detailed page click the "Permalink" at the right side menu
- A link box automatically shows at the top of the article citation behind "Permalink"
- Copy the URL from the box
* Please note: If the article is from Harvard Business Review, please DON'T use the permalink in your course materials.
- At the article's detailed page, scroll down to the "Indexing (details)" section
- Find the "Document URL" to copy
- Go to the article's detailed page
- Find and copy the "Stable URL"
- Add this part "http://proxycu.wrlc.org/login?url=" in the front of the stable URL to make a new URL (this allows off-campus students to access the article via our proxy server). The final URL should appear like this: http://proxycu.wrlc.org/login?url=http://www.jstor.org/stable/1234567
Some publishers or vendors also provide the direct URL to the article. Most time, you can find it from the article's PDF cover page. See this screenshot as an example.
[Please note if you need students to be able to access the article off-campus, please add our proxy URL (http://proxycu.wrlc.org/login?url=) in the front of the direct URL for that article, to make the final URL like this: http://proxycu.wrlc.org/login?url=http://csi.sagepub.com/content/48/3/1 ]
If you cannot find any permanent links or full text online for the article you want, please submit a reserve request to our libraries for special processing.
Can't Find a Permanent URL?
If you cannot find any permanent links or full text online for the article you want, please submit a reserve request for special processing by library staff.