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Persistent Links from Library Resources

Instructions for creating persistent links from MCPHS Library resources

From a Database

On this page you'll find step-by-step instructions and examples are given for getting persistent links in databases from EBSCO, Gale, and Nexis Uni.

We subscribe to multiple databases through EBSCO and Gale; Nexis Uni is a standalone database. To see all our databases from any given vendor/provider, go to the A-Z Database list and limit by vendor/provider.
 

EBSCO Persistent Links

Permalink to Item Page

  1. In your search results, click on the item title to get to the detailed record (item page).

  2. Click on Permalink on the right side of the page.
  3. Copy and save the link that pops up immediate above the item title - that's your permalink!
     

Permalink to Full Article

  1. In your search results, click on the item title to get to the detailed record (item page).
  2. Click on the left hand side for either a PDF or Full-Text button to get to the full article.
  3. If you can get to the full article, use the URL from that page as your permalink!

EBSCO Examples

DynaMed article:

CINAHL article:

GALE Persistent Links

Persistent Links to an Article:

  1. From the article page, click Share.
  2. Select "Email" and fill out the form to email the link to yourself. (It is a good idea to use different email addresses in the "To" and "From" fields.) 
  3. Type the numbers or letters you see in the Captcha tool.
  4. Copy and paste the URL from the bottom of the email - that's your persistent link.

Nexis Uni Persistent Links

Persistent Link to an Article:

  1. Click on the title of the article or case.
  2. Click "actions" 
  3. Select "link to this page."
  4. Copy the link that appears in the pop-up window - that's your persistent link.
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