Journals - Teaching Support - Library - University of Canterbury - New Zealand

Linking to journals from specific databases

ACM Digital Library

  1. Find the article in ACM Digital Library
  2. Click on the title to open the article abstract
  3. Find the article DOI in the abstract e.g. 10.1145/1139113.1139125
  4. Right click on the DOI and "Copy link location" or "Copy shortcut"
  5. Paste the DOI into the form below

APA Journals - PsycARTICLES

  1. Link to the fulltext of the article on PsycARTICLES
  2. Locate the Permalink icon on the right hand side of the record
  3. Click on the Permalink icon
  4. Copy the link from the permalink box
  5. Paste the Permalink into the form below

Art Full Text

  1. Find the full text article in Art Full Text
  2. Locate the Persistent URL at the bottom of the citation
  3. Copy the Persisten URL
  4. Paste the Persistent URL into the form below

Cambridge Journals

  1. Find the article in Cambridge Journals
  2. Locate the DOI e.g. 10.1017/S0022216X11001064
  3. Paste the DOI into the form below

CCH New Zealand

  1. Navigate to the document you want
  2. Click on the down arrow next to the save/email link
  3. Select Save link to document
  4. Paste the link directly into the form below

EBSCO Journals

  1. Find the article in EBSCOHost
  2. Locate the Permalink icon on the right hand side of the record
  3. Click on the Permalink icon
  4. Copy the link from the permalink box
  5. Paste the Permalink directly into your LEARN course

Emerald Journals

  1. Find the article in Emerald Journals
  2. Click on the html or Abstract view
  3. Locate the article DOI in the abstract. e.g. 10.1108/00197850810886522
  4. Paste the DOI into the form below

Gale Databases

  1. Find the article in a Gale database (e.g. Expanded Academic Index ASAP, LegalTrac, Opposing ViewPoints etc)
  2. Locate and Copy the Document URL at the end of the article
  3. Paste the bookmark URL into the form below

HeinOnline

  1. Find the article in HeinOnline
  2. Click on the "permanent link to this page" tool
  3. Copy the link (click select all, then copy)
  4. Paste into the box below

IngentaConnect

  1. Find the article in IngentaConnect
  2. Click on the title to open the article abstract
  3. On the right hand side of the screen, click on Linking options
  4. Right click on OpenURL and "Copy link location" or "Copy shortcut"
  5. Paste the URL into the form below

International Encyclopedia of Communication

  1. Find the full text entry in the International Encyclopedia of Communication
  2. Copy the URL from the bottom of the record under "Cite this article" (NB: don't use the DOI provided above the full text entry)
  3. Paste the URL into the form below

JSTOR

  1. Find the article in JSTOR
  2. Locate the stable URL at the top of the article e.g. http://www.jstor.org/stable/180856
  3. Copy the stable URL
  4. Paste the stable URL into the form below

LexisNexis New Zealand

  1. Find the article or case in LexisNexis NZ
  2. Click on the Copy Document Link icon Copy Results Link (if this option is unavailable, you can copy the link directly from the URL box at the top of the screen)
  3. You may be offered two links: one to the pdf document, one to the html
  4. Right click on the link of choice and choose copy link address (on Chrome), copy shortcut (on Internet Explorer) or copy link location (on Firefox)
  5. Paste the link into the form below

Ovid

  1. Perform a search for the full text article
  2. Click the article title link  
  3. On the right hand side of the screen you will find an “Email Jumpstart” button click on this to get the article Jumpstart URL (OVID's persistent link)
  4. Copy the jumpstart URL provided
  5. Paste the URL into the form below

Oxford Art Online

  1. Find the entry in Oxford Art Online
  2. Click the "Cite" button above the entry at right
  3. Copy the URL provided
  4. Paste the URL into the form below

Oxford Journals

  1. Find the article in Oxford Journals
  2. Locate the DOI e.g. 10.1177/0894845310390035
  3. Paste the DOI into the form below

Project Muse

  1. Find the article in Project Muse
  2. Copy the DOI e.g. 10.3138/cras.40.2.163
  3. Paste the DOI into the form below

ProQuest Health & Medical Complete

  1. Find the article.
  2. Click on the Citation/Abstract view.
  3. Locate the Document URL field (e.g. http://search.proquest.com.ezproxy.canterbury.ac.nz/docview/1315452708?accountid=14499)
  4. Paste the Document URL into the form below.

Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy

  1. Find the entry in REP
  2. Copy the URL provided at the bottom of the entry, under "How to cite this article"
  3. Paste the URL into the form below

Sage Journals

  1. Find the article in Sage Journals
  2. Copy the DOI e.g. 10.1177/1464700110390592
  3. Paste the URL into the form below

ScienceDirect

  1. Find the article in ScienceDirect
  2. Click on the title of the article to view the DOI e.g. http://dx.doi.org.ezproxy.canterbury.ac.nz/10.1016/j.biocon.2010.03.012
  3. Right click on the DOI and select "Copy Shortcut" or "Copy Link Location"
  4. Paste the DOI into the form below

SpringerLink

  1. Find the article in SpringerLink
  2. Click on the title of the article to view the DOI e.g. DOI: 10.1023/B:CCFP.0000020191.73542
  3. Copy the DOI
  4. Paste the DOI into the form below

Taylor & Francis

  1. Find the article in Taylor & Francis
  2. Copy the DOI e.g. 10.3763/ehaz.2002.0405
  3. Paste the DOI into the form below

Westlaw New Zealand

  1. Find the item in Westlaw NZ
  2. Click on the link builder tool
  3. Copy the link from the link builder box
  4. Paste the link into the box below

Westlaw International

  1. It is not possible to create stable links to Westlaw International cases or articles
  2. If you cannot link to the same item from another of our databases, you are able to download a pdf from Westlaw and upload it to Learn
  3. Please add the following note: Article sourced from Westlaw International

Wiley Journals

  1. Find the article in Wiley Online Library
  2. Copy DOI e.g. DOI: 10.1111/j.2041-5370.2010.00002.x
  3. Paste the DOI into the form below

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