Most library databases include citation tools; they will generate citations in the most commonly used citation style formats.
These citations are automatically generated by the database. This means you need to check the citations for accuracy before including them in your work.
When you click on "citation," the formatted citation appears, with options to select your needed citation style.
First click on the Cite bubble on the right:
Now you should see the Cite Box. You can select the citation style format that you need.
Look for Cite at the lower right of the screen.
Once you click on Cite, the Cite box appears in the middle of the screen. You can select the citation style format that you need. This screen shot only shows two citation styles - there are several more available to choose from.
The Cite box appears in the middle of the screen, and you can select the citation style format that you need.
Permalink stands for permanent link; it is a URL intended to remain unchanged and stable for future access.
A permalink may also be called a stable link, durable link, persistent link, permanent link or document link.
When you are searching in library databases and resources, the URL in the address bar does not represent a permanent link; instead, that URL contains information specific to your session of searching, and it will disappear when you move to another page.
Finding and using permalinks will help you get back to the great sources you find in library databases.
First click on the All Options bubble on the right:
Now you should see the All Options Box. At the top is the permalink.
Click on the link icon to save the permalink.
Look for Permalink at the lower right of the screen.
Once you click on Permalink, the permalink appears in the middle of the screen.
Select the "Remote Access URL" to save the Permalink
Look for the link icon near the top of the record:
Next you should see this pop up box. Select and copy the permalink for "Off Campus/Remote Access."
The next screen gives you a choice - click on "Proceed to Proxy Login" if you are off campus: