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Do you:

  1. Have a citation to the article you want to link to, but don't have a link to the full text?-- If so, go to Starting with a Known Item Citation
  2. Have in front of you the full text of an article you want to link to? Skip to Once you're looking at the full text of the article
  3. Want to search to find articles relevant to your topic or course? Go to Searching for articles to link to

Searching for articles to link to

If you don't have one or more citations/articles in mind to link to, you'll want to search one or more electronic resource databases to find articles. The Resources by Subjects pages on the Library website can help you find an appropriate database to search.

Once you've completed your search, use the "Article Linker" button to find the full text of the article. Then skip to Once you're looking at the full text of the article However, for expert advice, or if you just run into trouble finding an online version of the article you want, contact your reference librarian for help.

Starting with a Known Item Citation

If you know the citation for the article you want:

  1. Go to the Find Journals area on the library page: http://www.drew.edu/library/research/journals
  2. Click on "Citation Linker"
  3. Type in the citation information in the green box that comes up (you don't have to include the full article title or page numbers)
  4. Click the Look Up button.
  5. If the Citation Linker finds the article, the results will be displayed:
  6. Note that there may not be a link directly to the Article
  7. Navigate to the article, either via the Article link, or by going to the Journal link and navigating to the article.

Once you're looking at the full text of the article

What you do next depends on what vendor Drew is getting the article from. This chart shows the most common vendors:

If you see:

Do this:

EBSCO


1. Click on The Title of the Article
 
2. Look for Tools in the right column, and choose Permalink:

3. Copy what's in the Permalink box at the top of the citation.
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JSTOR


1. Right-click on View PDF.
2. Choose Copy Link Location or Copy Shortcut.
3. You will need to prepend

http://ezproxy.drew.edu/login?url=

to the front of the link so it will work off campus.

Proquest



1. Click on the title of the article.
2. Scroll down to the bottom of the page. Under Indexing Details, look for Document URL:

3. Select and copy that URL.

NOTE: To go to the PDF of a document, as in Dissertations and Theses, just copy the URL of the page. Make sure it has ezproxy.drew.edu in it.
http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=2506796491&sid=2&Fmt=3&clientId=10355&RQT=309&VName=PQD


Science Direct


1. Right above the title of the article, right-click on the link starting doi..

And choose Copy Link Location or Copy Shortcut.
(You won't need to append anything to this link; it will automatically have the Ezproxy part included.)

 

Lexis-Nexis

When viewing the article, in the upper right corner of the window find the Copy Link icon :

In the window that comes up, right-click on the link and choose "Copy Link Location" or "Copy Shortcut".



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Special Case: Artstor

1. Select/Highlight your image on the search screen, then go to the Share menu and choose Generate Image URL:


2. In the window that appears, select and copy the"Image Viewer URL"

 

What if it's none of these?

Look for a "Permanent Link", "Permalink" "Stable URL" or DOI link, and Right click on and copy (choose "Copy Shortcut" or "Copy Link Location") that.

If the word "ezproxy" doesn't appear in the link that you copy, prepend 

http://ezproxy.drew.edu/login?url=

to the front of the link when pasting it.

Or, contact your reference librarian for help.

Inserting the link into a Moodle course

The Faculty Lab has excellent documentation showing how to put the link into your Moodle course, at Link to a web page/web site:https://moodle.drew.edu/mod/resource/view.php?id=46064

Have Questions?

Have questions about finding or linking to articles?

Contact your reference librarian or the FacLab for help.