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Linking to Library Resources   Tags: durable, faculty, hyperlinking, persistent, proxy, server  

Documents how to prepare durable or persistent hyperlinks to online resources licensed by the ASU Libraries.
Last Updated: May 9, 2014 URL: http://libguides.asu.edu/linking Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Overview of This LibGuide

This LibGuide is designed to document how to prepare durable or persistent hyperlinks to the online resources licensed by the ASU Libraries.

  • ASU faculty who have questions about persistent linking or library resources are encouraged to contact their Subject Librarian(s).
  • Not all of the Research Databases we have licensed access to support persistent hyperlinking (or permalinking).
  • Also note that those resources within the "Research Databases" collection that are not web-based (listed as CD-ROMs) can not be searched from off-campus.
      

    Useful Resources

    Know Your Copy Rights: Using Copyrighted Work in Academic Settings (Association of Research Libraries)
    For quick referral print-out a copy of the What You Can Do brochure.



    Electronic Journals, Magazines and Newspapers Lists (Serials Solutions & ASU Libraries)

    Journal Title Lookup (ASU Libraries Catalog)

    Resolve a DOI Name
    http://dx.doi.org/

    Resolve a DOI Name (through ASU Libraries proxy server)
    http://dx.doi.org.ezproxy1.lib.asu.edu/

    Resources for ASU Online Students

        

      ASU Copyright Resources

      Arizona State University Libraries


      Copyright

      Copyright Permission Sample

      Reserve Service Guidelines

      Scholarly Communication LibGuide



      ABOR & Arizona State University


      Intellectual Property Policy
      From the Arizona Board of Regents Policy Manual - Policy Number 6-908

      Overview of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act for Institutions of Higher Education
      From the Office of General Counsel, Arizona State University.


       

          

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