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  • Linking to Journal Articles

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  • Linking to Journal Articles

    This page provides instructions on how to create proxied links to full-text journal articles. Proxied links will allow students who are not connected to the campus network to access titles owned by MSUM. This access will require a working barcode.

    If an article is available in full-text within one of our databases it is best to link to the article, rather than put it on E-Reserve. This tutorial is intended to help you with the process of linking to full-text articles. Linking to articles can be somewhat cumbersome, with some databases being harder to link to than others. Please contact a librarian if you need any assistance with this task.

    To find a full-text article you can search a library database (e.g., JSTOR). Alternatively, if you know of a specific article that you would like to use, you can look up the journal's name in the Library's A to Z E-Journal Directory.

    Important: Please note, this list is not comprehensive. Articles from many of our databases can be proxied for easy access. Please contact a librarian if you need assistance with a database that is not on this list.

    All proxied links should be tested from an off campus computer prior to sharing them with students.

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    Phone: 218.477.2358
    Skype: ilibrarian

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