The process for linking to articles found in proprietary databases that Library subscribes can vary from database to database. Unfortunately, just grabbing the URL found in the browser address bar won't do it. For EBSCO and ProQuest databases, see the short videos below. If you need help linking to any other databases, contact the Library.
The library has access to e-books from several different providers, so when you find an e-book in the catalog and click through to it, don't be surprised if the platform for book varies from title to title. To find e-books, use the Library Catalog and filter for e-books, as described in the video tutorial below.
Most of Marymount's ebooks are available on the ebrary platform and all but a very few allow for unlimited simultaneous access. You can search for ebooks using the catalog or directly from the ebrary platform. Watch the video below for instructions on how to link to ebrary ebooks.
To link to books on the Ebook Library platform, copy and the paste the URL found in the address bar (see screenshot below).
You can also request one chapter from any EBL book to be placed on course reserve. To request a chapter to be placed on course reserve, please fill out the course reserves form.