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Static Linking  

This guide is designed to provide faculty with help linking content from EBSCOHost, ProQuest and JSTOR in Blackboard or online bibliographies.
Last Updated: Sep 11, 2014 URL: http://libguides.bentley.edu/static_links Print Guide RSS Updates

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Static Links

Static or Persistent links allow users to create links to documents and citations from some Bentley Library electronic resources to Blackboard course sites, websites, on-line bibliographies and documents with HTML formatting.  When combined with the the Library's proxy server tag most of the linked resources can be made available to remote users.  Note: In most cases users should not copy links from their browser's address bar.  These links are not static and will not work after the browser is closed or timed out. 

Databases that provide for linking include:

  • ProQuest
  • EBSCOHost
  • JSTOR
  • LIBCAT -- the Bentley Library Catalog
  • Lexis Academic (coming soon)

If you have a questions about static links please contact the Bentley Library's Reference Desk at refdesk@bentley.edu or 781.891.2300.

 

Full Text Journal Finder

The Bentley Library Full-text Journal Finder allows users to search for electronic and print versions a journals in many the of the Library's databases and from our print subscriptions.   Users can search the Journal Finder using the title of the the journal that they are interested in reading.  Enter a journal title below and click search.

The Journal Finder will provide holdings information (date ranges and ISSN) for titles that arrailable electronicly in Bentley Library databases and print journal holdings.

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