Answered By: SJU Reference
Last Updated: Jul 18, 2017     Views: 436

Get permanent links that don't break to copy/paste:

When grabbing URLs from our databases, be careful not to just grab the URL in the browser Address bar. Usually these links are specific to your browser session and they will time out. Instead, do this:



You can find the Document URL if you click on Abstract/Details. Another method is to click Cite and copy the URL from the citation window. The URL should start with to be valid.



1. Click the Permalink button:

2. Then copy the Permalink from above the title:




1. Click View Citation.

2. Copy the citation and add our EZProxy prefix to the front:

**This means when you are off-campus you can still have access to the article.**