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Linking to Articles from Moodle

To link to electronic articles from Moodle, you will need to create a stable URL that does not change over time. Such URL’s are often called persistent links, but they are also known as permanent links, permalinks, durable links, stable links, or PURLS (Persistent Uniform Resource Locators).

Persistent Links connect users directly to a library database or an electronic journal article, and since no copying is involved, using them is one of the simplest methods of including high quality resources in Moodle websites, syllabi, documents, or emails.

For step-by-step instructions on creating persistent links in selected article databases, please refer to the table below.

Database Vendors and Instructions for Creating Persistent Links

Database Name

BioOne

From your search result, copy and paste the URL from your browser

 

  • BioOne

EBSCOhost

  1. Click on the desired title in the results list
  2. Click on “permalink” from the menu to the right of the text box
  3. Copy and paste the permalink

 

  • Academic Search Complete
  • ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials
  • Bibliography of Native North Americans
  • Business Source Complete
  • Canadian Literary Centre
  • Canadian Reference Centre
  • Child Development and Adolescent Studies
  • CINAHL Plus with Full Text
  • Education Research Complete
  • Environment Complete
  • ERIC
  • Family & Society Studies Worldwide
  • Gender Studies Database
  • Humanities International Complete
  • Literary Reference Center
  • MasterFILE Fulltext Premier
  • MLA International Bibliography
  • New Testament Abstracts
  • Old Testament Abstracts
  • PsycARTICLES
  • PsycINFO
  • Regional Business News
  • SocIndex with Full Text
  • Wilson Biological & Agricultural Index Plus

Gale

  1. Click on the desired title in the results list
  2. Click on the “bookmark” icon
  3. Copy and paste the Bookmark URL

 

  • Business Insights: Essentials
  • Contemporary Authors
  • CPIQ
  • Literature Resource Center
  • Shakespeare Collection
  • World History in Context

JSTOR

  1. Click on the desired title in the results list
  2. Click on “view citation.”
  3. Copy and paste the “article stable URL”
  4. Prepend the off-campus sign-in prefix
    http://ezproxy.acnuc.talonline.ca/login?url

 

  • JSTOR

Oxford English Dictionary Online

From your search result, copy and paste the URL from your browser.

 

  • Oxford English Dictionary Online

ProQuest

  1. Click on the desired title in the results list
  2. Click on “citation/abstract”
  3. Copy and paste the “document URL” (found near the bottom of the citation).

 

  • Canadian Newsstand
  • CBCA Complete
  • New York Times (1851-2009) with Index (1851-1993)
  • ProQuest Education
  • ProQuest Religion
  • ProQuest Science

PubMed

  1. Click on the desired title in the results list
  2. Copy and paste the URL from your browser

 

  • PubMed

Adapted by Sandy Ayer, Director of Library Services, from the web page created by Simon Lloyd of UPEI’s Robertson Library (used with permission)

31 May 2013

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The Ambrose Library serves the students, faculty and staff of Ambrose University. It is one of the largest private academic libraries in western Canada. Its rapidly growing collection features more than 130,000 bound volumes and 350,000 e-books. Particular strengths include Christian studies, history, music, behavioural science, business, English, and Islamics. More information on the library's collections and services can be found in the annual reports.

The library also seeks to serve the local congregations of the Church of the Nazarene in Canada and Christian & Missionary Alliance in Canada (CMAC), as well as the broader Calgary community.

The Ambrose Archives, which is administered by the library, serves as the official repository for the institutional records of Ambrose University, and its predecessors. The Archives also serves as the official archives of the Christian and Missionary Alliance in Canada and the Church of the Nazarene Canada. 

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Tuesday: 8:00am - 9:00pm
Wednesday: 8:00am - 9:00pm
Thursday: 8:00am - 9:00pm
Friday: 8:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday: 11:00am - 5:00pm

Library CLOSED Monday, October 14 

Mid-Term Hours in effect October 15:

Monday-Thursday: 8:00am-10:00pm
Friday: 8:00am-8:00pm
Saturday: 11:00am-5:00pm

Library closed Sundays & Stat Holidays

Contact

Phone: (403) 410-2946
Email: library@ambrose.edu
Fax: 403-571-2556

 

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