A Quick Guide to Using Library Resources in Your Courses
1. Find Useful Articles, Chapters, Video Clips, and More
Search & browse for library resources to include in your course using the tools on our Start Your Research page or go directly to your favorite database from our Database List.
2. Save Reusable Links
When you find something you want to review or include in your course, be sure to grab and/or a stable link. URLs copied from the browser often expire in just a few hours.
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3. Optional But Recommended: Copy the Citation, Too
Best practice is to also save the citation.
Need help quickly capturing a citation from a database? Click here. [another page to be created]
4. Make that URL "Park-Friendly"
Once you have a stable link (sometimes called a permalink), you'll need to "athenize" it. This simple process creates links that are routed through Park's single sign on system, ensuring that all of your students can access all of your links, no matter where they are.