Answered By: Laura Marek Last Updated: Nov 10, 2015 Views: 28
Answered By: Laura Marek
Last Updated: Nov 10, 2015 Views: 28
What you can do is save the permalink to that publication so all you have to do is click on that. To learn how to search for a journal in the library, click here.
Once you find a publication, you will see a list of databases that the publication can be found in along with the date range that we have access to for that publication. It will also list any time period for a delay of access to a publication. This is a publisher imposed delay.
To find the permalink to this page, look down along the right hand side for an icon labeled Permalink and click on it.
A long narrow box will appear with the permalink in it. Copy that and paste it into and email, a word document, or what-have-you to save it.
If you prefer to save the permalink for the publication in a particular databases, click on that database. On the next screen, look to the right, just above the list of years, for a button labeled Share Click on that button.
A small box will appear with the permalink in it. Copy that and paste it into an email, word document or what-have-you.