Library databases differ from ordinary websites since access is restricted to Los Rios subscription:
It's easy to grab links that won't work. Use this guide to help get the links you need.
Links available on the Library Databases page can be used by on-campus and off-campus users. Please use these URLs to guide students to the appropriate resources.
Instructions for popular browsers below:
If you want to share all the results of a search in OneSearch, simply use the link that appears in your browser's address bar. All your search terms and facets are included in the URL.
For example, here's a search for the War of 1812, limited to items physically in the library.
If you want to share the link to a specific item found in OneSearch, first click the item's title. Then click Permalink to retrieve the unique link to that item.
There are two ways to share an electronic item found in OneSearch.
When viewing content in databases outside of OneSearch, look for Permalink, Stable URL, Bookmark, Record URL or something similar. If the database includes a citation tool, you can often locate a permalink by generating the citation.
If no Permalink, Stable URL, Bookmark, or Record URL is available, you can generally use the URL found in your browser's address bar. If the link contains the Los Rios proxy, the link will be easily accessed by both on-campus and off-campus users.
You can check for the Los Rios proxy by identifying the highlighted component in any URL:
First click the Share button below the video.
Then click Link to retrieve the unique video link.
Learn more about custom linking and embedding videos at CRC's guide about films.