Persistent Link Information for Gale Databases

Frequently Asked Questions

These instructions will create persistent links that work both on and off campus.

Instructions:

  1. Connect to any Gale database from the Library’s database page
  2. Conduct a search
  3. From the search results list, click on the article title > scroll down to find the Bookmark or the DOI link 
  4. Click on the Bookmark this document or the DOI link > copy and paste it into your web document

Instructions for Dictionary of Literary Biography Complete Online and Literature Criticism Online: 

  1. Connect to these databases from the Library's homepage
  2. Conduct a search
  3. From the search results list, click on a relevant title
  4. Right click on the "i" icon beside the title; copy and paste it into your web document

Note: Some databases may not offer persistent links.  For further information, contact your subject librarian or use our Ask Us service.

To ensure that you will always be able to find your online materials again, copy the complete citation below the URL. The complete citation information should include: author, title, publication, volume and issue number (if applicable), copyright year and page numbers. Make note of where the article was found. [Retrieved from database provider and database name].

    Gale Databases

    Biography in ContextGale's Literary Index
    Book Review Index PlusHealth and Wellness Resource Center
    Contemporary AuthorsLiterature Criticism Online (LCO)
    Contemporary Literary Criticism (CLC)Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism (NCLC)
    CPI.Q (Canadian Periodical Index Quarterly)Shakespeare Collection: Featuring the Arden Shakespeare Complete Works
    Dictionary of Literary Biography Complete Online Times Digital Archive, 1785-1985
    Drama Criticism (DC)Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism (TCLC)
    Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO)World History in Context
    Gale Virtual Reference Library


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     Content Revised: June 29, 2009
     Content Created: November 10, 2006


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