How to Find Permalinks


A permalink is the URL of an article, eBook, video or other electronic content located on the web. It is called a permalink because it’s not expected to change. Many of the Library's databases contain an option to generate permalinks so that you can easily get back to a resource or share it with others. Always look for the permalink option as opposed to copying a URL from the address bar as those links will not take you back to the resource.

Finding a Permalink in Ebsco

  1. When you view the Detailed Record for an item, you will see a list of Tools on the right hand side of the page. Click on the Permalink icon.
  2. A box containing the Permalink will appear at the top of the page which you can copy and save. example of a permalink in ebsco

Finding a Permalink in Proquest

  1. When you view the Detailed Record for an item, you will see a row of tabs beneath the title. Click on the Details tab. example of the details tab in proquest

  2. Scroll down the page until you see the Document URL. This is the permalink which you can copy and save. example of a proquest document link

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