Most full-text providers, including Academic Search Premier, Education Full Text, JSTOR and PsycInfo, include a persistent URL within the first page of their records. The library uses this URL to link a given article to ERes. The rare provider does not include persistent links. Lexis-Nexis records do not currently contain them. When linking an article from one of the libraries' subscription databases, the first step is to search Hunter's online collection of electronic journals. If you find the desired article, copy and paste the persistent links as outlined below. The persistent URL is crucial to insuring that the link remains stable, providing dependable access to your students. It is usually clearly marked and located somewhere in the body of the first page, not at the top. Example: PDF Full Text: http://wilsontxt.hwwilson.com/pdffull/01518/ZD4VT/TFD.pdf
In the ERes "Document Title" box, enter both the author and title as below. Search documents by author. Lastname, F. I. The title of the article or selection only to the colon
Lastname, F. I., Second lastname, S. I. The title of the article or selection with two authors
Lastname, F. I., et al. The title of the article or selection with more than two authors
Enter colon and subtitle if necessary to distinguish one title from another.
Put a comma after the last name and spaces between the author's initials. Title in lower case except first word and proper names. No period after title.