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Stable URLs

Faculty: providing your students with a stable URL for books, articles and electronic reserve items gives them fast access to the readings without having them come into the library. This guide talks about the nuts and bolts of constructing these URLs.


Notice: As of July 15, 2015 any URL that has in it will cease to work.  That part of the URL should be changed of

Stable URls for Reserve and E-Reserves

For reserve items that belong to the library, you can get a stable url using the same method you do for books in the library catalog.

For materials that are faculty property or E-reserves, the process is simply getting to the item record in the reserve system and then using the URL at the top of the browser.

catalog screen shot for an e-reserve

(This is for Parvin Abyaneh's EWS 375 readings)

Culinaria: The United States (library property on reserve)