There may be times when you would want to present the student with the results of a search, which would be a selection of articles, rather than just one article. Some of our database vendors have specific procedures for getting a stable URL for a search:
The Permalink includes EZ Proxy authentication, so there is no need to modify it.
Proquest:Create an account in Proquest, log onto it, save your search, then click on “My Research link” at the top of the page, and then the “Searches” tab. Then click “Get link.”
1. List of Spanish language periodicals http://opac.library.cpp.edu/search~S1/X?%28Espanol**+or+espana**+or+norte+or+arte+or+museo+or+hispan**+or+historia+or+noticia**+or+mexican**+or+revista+or+pais+or+confluencia+or+ciencia+or+sociedad+or+Economica+or+Economico+or+politico**+or+politica+or+latinoamerican**+or+cuaderno**+or+boletin+or+archivo**+or+Americas+or+opinion%29&SORT=AX&l=spa
2. http://tinyurl.com/leteyyu [This is a search for Industrial Chemistry Journals; I used a URL shortening service for this exmaple]
Examples of using URLs for Library Catalog searches can be seen on FN228: Food and Culture: Searching the Library Catalog
With long URLs such as these, consider using a URL shortening service.
For OregonPDF, you can take the URL from the top of the browser after doing a search:
You then have to add our proxy string (http://proxy.library.cpp.edu/login?url=) to it:
(May 13, 2015)