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Linking Directly to Resources; Individual Articles and Records

This guide will explain persistent links in library resources and how to utilize them, such as in a D2L course page.

USD Catalog Linking

The University Libraries catalog uses permalinks to directly connect to records.

LINKING TO A SPECIFIC LIBRARY CATALOG RECORD:    

Example:
Cook, D. & Cooper, N. (2006). Teaching information literacy skills to social sciences students and practitioners: A casebook of applications. Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries.
 
  

  • Find the record you wish to link.
  • Click the title to open the full record
  • Click the Permalink icon in the middle of the "Send to" bar
  • Copy link

 

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