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NoodleTools - Summer 2020: Finding the right URL

IMPORTANT

How to Find the URL for an Article from a Database

Make sure you copy the correct URL! Always look for a link labeled something along the lines of "permalink", "permanent link", "persistent link", "record URL", "bookmark", etc. Only copy the URL from the address bar if no other link is given. See screenshots below for instructions for each database. 

URL - for articles from Opposing Viewpoints in Context

For all of the GALE databases, click on "GET LINK" to get the URL. 

It will open up a new window with the URL that looks like this.

URL - for articles from Credo / Source Reference

For Credo / Reference Source, click on the "SHARE" icon.

It will open a new page with a URL that looks like this.

 

URL - for articles from Issues & Controversies: Facts on File

Use the URL titled "Record URL" found at the very bottom of the page.

 

URL - for articles from EBSCO databases

For EBSCO databases, use the PERMALINK URL.

URL - for articles from CQ Researcher

 

Use the URL titled "Document URL" found at the very bottom of the page.

 

URL - for articles from SIRS researcher

Use the link provided in the "CITE" tool for SIRS Issues Researcher.

URL - for articles from ProQuest

Use the link provided under "All Options"

 

URL - for articles from Salem

Use the URL in the address bar for Salem.

Teacher NOTE

TEACHERS: To post a LINK to Canvas or Google Classroom, make sure you find the correct URL, as shown in the screenshots above.  You cannot always copy the URL from the address bar at the top of the page!  Email tgorman or jlopez with questions!