From ScienceDirect, a journal article: Diane Pecorari, "Good and original: Plagiarism and patchwriting in academic second-language writing." Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol. 12, No. 4, December 2003, pp. 17-345.
From Mergent, a company profile: Company Profile and Financial Record, Walt Disney Co.
From CQ Researcher, a report: Student Debt: Should College Tuition Be Free?
From the Encyclopedia of Philosophy, an entry: Cosmology
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You may also link directly to an article where it resides in one of the library's databases.
If you find an article in OneSearch, linking to the OneSearch record is quick and easy!
Click on the article title to display the full record for the article you want.
For purposes of linking to content within library databases, there are generally two options: copy a "Permalink" or durable link provided by the database (EBSCOhost and ProQuest databases), or copy the link that appears in your Web browser, then add the proxy prefix.
Including: ACM Digital Library, ACS Publications, CountryWatch, Emerald, IEEE Xplore, JSTOR, Literature Resource Center, Literature Criticism Online, Mergent, Oxford English Dictionary, Oxford Journals, Oxford Art, Oxford Music, Project MUSE, SAGE, ScienceDirect, Springerlink, and Wiley:
A correctly prefixed URL will look something like this:
PLEASE NOTE: If you are working from home and are not on the campus VPN, you may find that the browser's URL for your article already has the proxy information embedded, like this example:
That link format is OK to use also! So long as the URL includes the library's proxy information, it will work.
Important exceptions to this rule follow...
DO NOT copy the URL in the "Address" or "Location" box on your browser! That URL is not stable and will expire after a short period. Use only the "Permalink" for EBSCOhost content.
Includes ABI/INFORM, Global Newsstream, Dissertations & Theses, and Music Database (IIMP).
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DO NOT copy the URL in the "Address" or "Location" box on your browser! That URL is not stable and will expire after a short period. However, it is possible to construct durable links to specific articles or sections in WestlawNext. Please contact Stacy Magedanz for assistance.