Finding URLS for Articles Moodle Reading Lists

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Finding URLS for Articles Moodle Reading Lists

  1. 1. Look for Proxy Enabled URL Regular, Non-Proxy Enabled Proxy Enabled
  2. 2. Look for Proxy Enabled URL Regular, Non-Proxy Enabled Proxy Enabled A proxy-enabled URL contains a 0- before the databases address and .sophia.agnesscott.eduafter the database address.
  3. 3. Proxy Enabled URL in Address Bar In the following databases, the proxy-enabled URL is usually in the address bar: • Project Muse • Sage Online • Science Direct • Springer Link • Wiley
  4. 4. Project Muse
  5. 5. Sage Jounals
  6. 6. ScienceDirect
  7. 7. Springer Link
  8. 8. Wiley
  9. 9. Proxy-Enable URL found in Article Record • Research Library • Academic Search • Historical New York Complete Times •PsycInfo •Genderwatch •EconLit JSTOR and •Proquest Religion •SocIndex databases from • ABI–Inform • ERIC Proquest or Complete • Historical Abstracts EBSCOHost may •ProquestNewpapers • Film & Television •Proquest Social Literature not have a proxy Science Collection •Ebooks on enabled URL in the • and many more… EBSCOHost address bar. • and many more…
  10. 10. Find Proxy-Enabled URL in JSTOR Often the proxy- enabled URL appears in the address bar, but if it doesn’t look for the stable URL.
  11. 11. Find Proxy-Enabled URL in Proquest Sometimes the proxy-enabled URL appears in the address bar, but if not click on Cite. A new window will pop open that will have a proxy-enabled URL in the citation.
  12. 12. Find Proxy-Enabled URL in EBSCOHost EBSCOHost databases provide a PermaLink option in the tool bar to the right of the abstract..
  13. 13. Find Proxy-Enabled URL in EBSCOhost A Permalink will appear above the article that may be used to direct student to this article.

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