Citation linker can be used to locate a specific journal article, if you're unsure where the full-text is located, or if you want to determine whether a journal title is subscribed to in print and electronic format.
Linking Using DOIs (Digital Object Identifiers):
DOIs are unique numbers assigned to intellectual property in a digital environment. Many databases now include DOIs.
These items can be linked, using the DOI number and accessed via a search within the database or a DOI Resolver (see links below).
DOIs may not all look the same -- below are examples of different schemes
For more information on DOIs, consult the following:
- The DOI System - International DOI Foundation information and link resolver if you have a DOI number.
Linking Streaming Audio
Contact David Tenenholtz (Music Library Associate) to request streaming audio reserves for your Blackboard course. Audio reserves have to be delivered through a password-protected Blackboard site and must be verified before audio files are created.
Submit the Streaming Audio Reserves Request form.
For Off-Campus Access
Follow the steps for each database as outlined. However, you must insert the following prefix in front of the URL to the database name or individual article--if it is not already there--to allow it to pass through the proxy server: