Most of the Libraries' electronic resources--databases, e-journals, ebooks, films--require editing of the URLs to link directly to specific items, such as e-journal articles or ebooks. Fortunately, the process is not difficult. Below are Step-by-Step Instructions followed by Tips for Specific Databases.
That's it! You now have a durable URL customized for HPU-only access.
Example from JSTOR
You find this article in JSTOR: "Race and Poverty in America: Public Misperceptions and the American News Media." Here are the steps to convert the URL to a durable URL.
Here is your durable URL that will work whether you are on or off campus: https://hpu.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://www.jstor.org/stable/2749633
Ebook Central (formerly known as Ebrary)
For example, the durable URL for the book shown below would be:
In EBSCO databases, you may generate permalinks for individual records as well as for searches.
From an item record, click on Permalink in the right sidebar.
The permalink will already contain our proxy prefix, and can be used as-is.
For permalinks to searches, click on the Share button from the Search Results page.
Again, our proxy prefix will already be included, so the permalink can be used as-is.
1. Look for the PMID number in the PubMed record (outlined in the example below).
2. If you just need a link to the PubMed record, use the following string, replacing the red text with the PMID number for your record:
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32096567 (you can also generate this URL in your address bar by clicking on the PMID link in your record).
3. If you want a link to the PubMed record that includes links to any HPU-licensed full text for the record, use the following string, replacing the red text with the PMID number for your record: