Persistent Links allow users to retrieve specific EBSCOhost articles, journals, publications and searches by clicking on a link embedded in a web site. They are dedicated URLs that do not change. You can use them within your teaching materials, corporate portals (e.g. SharePoint), Learning Management Systems (LMS), online marketing literature, email or any other web-based file or application. Use the examples below to create your own persistent links.
How To: Link to a Search
A persistent link can be retrieved for any set of search results that you'd like to link to. To retrieve the permanent link to the search results you want, follow these steps:Back to Top
How To: Link to an Article
A persistent link can be retrieved for any record in the EBSCOhost database, using most interfaces.Back to Top
How To: Link to a Publication
A persistent link can be retrieved for any publication in any database. You can link to a publications page, where you can browse for individual articles. To link directly to a publication, follow these steps: