Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

Healthcare Studies

Linking to Articles (for Harbor, email, journal club)

In order to be compliant with copyright law, one should link to articles and book chapters, rather than posting or emailing PDFs. Below are instructions for finding a URL that will remain stable, and lead users through the proxy server when off-campus (where they can enter their NetID to obtain full-text).

Example citation:
Herrmann, L., Winer, J., Kern, J., Keller, S., & Pavuluri, P., Nursing Research and Quality Outcomes Department, Children's National Health System, Washington, DC. (2017). Integrating a clinical librarian to increase trainee application of evidence-Based medicine on patient family-Centered rounds. Academic Pediatrics, 17(3), 339-341. doi:10.1016/j.acap.2016.11.005

Method 1: Link to the catalog record itself.

1. Search for the article in one of our databases.

2. Once you find the article, click the blue "Find-it @ MUSC" button. 

Find it at MUSC button

3. Once you are redirected to the library catalog, copy the link address from the library catalog and paste into Moodle.

address bar that reads musc.on.worldcat.org


Method 2: Right-click on “view full-text” button from the catalog record and click "copy link address".

1. Search for the article in one of our databases.

2. Once you find the article, click the blue "Find-it @ MUSC" button. 

3. This will redirect you to our library catalog. From here, right click on the "view full-text" link and click "copy link address". Paste this address into Moodle.

highlighted option for copy link address