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*New Faculty Tutorial: Linking to Library Content in Course Materials

by Katie Glaeser on 2020-08-28T16:20:00-04:00 in Africana Studies, Marketing, Health Sciences, Museum Studies, Health Sciences | Health Informatics, Health Sciences | Health Benefit Design, German, Data Science | Statistics, Archaeology, Accounting, Classical Studies, Latin, Health Sciences | Public Health, Health Sciences | Physician Assistant, Counselor Education, Languages, General, Theatre, Spanish, Sociology, Religion, Psychology, Political Science, Physics, Philosophy, Music, Mathematics, Business, Leadership Studies, International Relations | Security, History, Health & Physical Education, Gender Studies, French, Health Sciences | Exercise Physiology, Environmental Science & Studies, English, Economics, Criminology | Criminal Justice, Computer Science | Information Technology, Communication, Biomedical Science, Health Sciences | Athletic Training, Art, Health Sciences | Sport Management, Chemistry, Health Sciences | Physical Therapy, Health Sciences | Health Promotion, Education, Health Sciences | Nursing, Biology | Comments

Tired of broken links in your course syllabus?  We've got you covered!  Check out our new faculty tutorial to learn the basics of permalinks, and how to effectively link to library resources in your course materials. We've included many of our major database vendors with instructions and video demonstrations of how to capture or create a stable permalink. 

Linking to Library Content in Course Materials

Example of permalink tutorial

 


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