Answered By: Elaine M. Patton
Last Updated: May 21, 2024     Views: 68

When researching in the library databases, it's a good habit to use the tools within the database to save search results and articles. These tools can include making an account in the database to save sources, using the email tool, or copying the permalink or stable url rather than what's on top of your browser.



Look for the "Get Link" button towards the upper-right. This button will give you a page link for any page you're on, whether it's search results or an individual article.

Gale has a consistent button for links called "Get Link" in the upper-right section of the page.



Article Permalink

Click on "All Options" to find the permalink for articles on a ProQuest database.

ProQuest articles have the permalink hidden under "all options."


Search Page Permalink

To save your search results, click on "Save search/alert" to "get search link."

The link to a set of ProQuest search results is available under "save search/alert."



Article Permalink

When you're in the article -- either Detailed Record page or the article full text -- you'll get a toolbar on the right. Towards the bottom is an option for permalink. Clicking this will open a frame above the article/record with the link to copy.

EBSCO article permalink is an option in the toolbar on the right that's available when viewing an article. It opens a frame above the article with the link to copy.


Search Page Permalink

To save search results, click on "Share" and copy the permalink in the pop-up box.

Look under "Share" to get the permalink to a set of search results in EBSCO.

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