For faculty and librarians -
The EZproxy prefix is required to access subscribed resources from off campus.
Add this proxy prefix to the beginning of article links, ebook links, database links, and ejournal links.
Right click on the link and copy it. Then paste it in front of the "http://... for the article.
1. Determine in which database or journal collection the article to which you want to link is located.
a. If the article is not available full text in the database you are searching, such as
PsycINFO, Sociological Abstracts, Criminal Justice Abstracts, and many more
that are index/abstract only, click button to locate the full text.
b. Once you have determined in which database or journal collection the
full text exists, use the directions for that database/platform or journal
collection to create a stable URL.
Linking to Saint Louis University Libraries' subscribed articles/ejournals/ebooks is advantageous on syllabi, in SLU Global, and in eReserves because
The tabs across the top as the links below provide instructions for linking to articles, journals, or ebooks from many of our digital content providers.