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Faculty Services @ Spiva Library

A guide explaining information literacy across the curriculum and the role the library plays in helping students learn how to acquire, manage, analyze, evaluate and use information effectively and ethically to be successful in their careers and life.

Find the Persistent URL of Articles

Different database vendors (EBSCO, ProQuest, Gale, etc) display their persistent URLs in different places with different named links.

EBSCOhost Articles:  Click the article title and look for 'Permalink' on the right of your screen.

ProQuest Articles:  Click Citation/Abstract,

then look for 'Document URL' near the bottom of your screen


JSTOR Articles:  Click, Article PDF and accept JSTOR's Terms and Conditions,

then copy/paste the Stable URL

CQ Researcher Reports

Click the report title and look for the 'Document URL' at the bottom of the webpage.

Literature Criticism Online & Dictionary of Literary Biography

Click on the article title, then copy the URL found in the Source Citation at the bottom of the webpage.

Gale Opposing Viewpoints in Context

Open Opposing Viewpoints article, click on, 'bookmark' under Tools section on right side of screen.  Copy URL from popup window.

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