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Answered By: Jenna Troidl Last Updated: Jul 08, 2020 Views: 92
How do I find permalinks?
A permalink (also known as a permanent link) is a link to an online resource. With a webpage, you can just copy the URL in your browser’s address bar and then use it to access that webpage again; however, it is not that straightforward in the library databases.
To find permalinks in the EBSCO databases linked to the Search Everything tab:
- Click the title of the article that you're interested in on the search results page.
- From the record page, look for the Tools menu on the right-hand side.
- Click on the permalink icon in the Tools menu. This will generate a popup box with the permalink above the title of the article.
- Select and copy the permalink from the box.
Each major database has different instructions for permalinks, so please refer to the Learn the Library guide for step-by-step instructions for OVID, ProQuest, Science Direct, Wiley, and DOAJ.