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Linking to E-Journals and E-Books

Creating Links for Off-Campus Access to Library Resources


Articles in CINAHL complete, and other EBSCO databases may have both permalinks and DOIs. The preferred method for linking to these articles is using permalinks. In rare instances, these permalinks may not work work as expected. In this case we recommend you link to the article via our Citation Linker option.

Linking with an EBSCO Permalink

  1. Click Permalink on the right hand side of the page under tools. 
  2. Copy the the permalink that appears above the article title. 
  3. Paste this link into the proxy link generator.

Permalink in EBSCO database