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Linking to full-text resources on your Moodle site Print Page

Creating links to full-text resources in databases

You can make persistent or durable links to specific journal articles or other items in many Library databases. By placing these links in your unit web site, you can easily direct your students to required or suggested readings.

Simply using URLs provided in databases will not ensure that the users will have the opportunity to view the full text. The table below provides instructions for creating the correct links to resources in many of the Library's databases.

Please see the FAQs for more information about copyright, help with embedding links into Moodle and other assistance.

Please contact the library if linking instructions for a database specific to your discipline are not listed below.

Linking instructions

Academic OneFile
Cambridge University Press Journals
CCH Online
Course Resources Online (CRO)
E.B.L. (Electronic Book Library)
Ebscohost Full Text Databases
IEEE Explore
IGI-Global e-Books
Informit databases (A+ Education; APA-FT; AGIS Plus Text; Family & Society Plus; Health Collection, etc)
Infotrac (Expanded Academic ASAP)
Oxford Reference
SAGE Journals Online
Science Direct
OECD iLibrary (formerly SourceOECD)
Springer Journals Online
Standards Australia
Taylor and Francis Online (formerly Informaworld)
Wiley Online Library

Note: Databases are frequently subject to change, often without notice. Please test your links thoroughly and regularly, updating them as required.

Course Resources Online (CROs)

To request resources to be made in to Course Resources Online (CRO) you will need to lodge a CRO request form. Please submit 1 form per CRO request, and include full bibliographic details.

If you can't find the answer in this guide or the FAQs, email the library for help with CROs.




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