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Faculty Teaching and Research Support: Linking to E-Journal articles

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Linking to Electronic Journal Articles

Himmelfarb Library subscribes to thousands of electronic journals and books. If we have a subscription to an article or book chapter that you would like to include in your course, the best way to add it is to create a "durable link" to it. This type of link will remain usable into the future, as well as keep you within the parameters of copyright law.

The Himmelfarb librarians have created a guide that outlines the steps involved in linking to both electronic journal articles and electronic books.

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