Link to ProQuest articles, journals, or videos so that they can be accessed on or off campus.
The first step is to get a durable link for the article. For most databases, the URL you see in your browser address bar is a temporary link that will not provide access to the article for other users. The durable link will provide on and off campus access.
In ProQuest you can get a durable link for articles or videos. The proxy prefix that allows off campus access is already included in option below.
With a My Research account, you can create lists of documents that you find in ProQuest Research Library. You can then share your list with other ProQuest users. Sharing a list requires you to have a public profile. Here's how:
Email an item to yourself and others. You can specify the level of available document detail (Citation, abstract, indexing, full text, etc.) you want to send, as well as selecting a citation format. In the case of emails in PDF format, you can also specify a page or page range to include in the email.