If you have found a book, article, video, or anything in our databases that you'd like to return to later, you can save a direct link to it instead of having to search for it again.
When you search for a source in the databases or access it through a search, the long link that you will see in the browser's address bar is temporary and will not allow you to return to the source later. But by finding the permanent link and adding the PSCC proxy link in front of it, you will be able to access it directly next time.
Many databases do provide permanent links to content, but where and how permanent links are displayed can vary widely. This guide provides information how to locate them.
Linking to authoritative database sources can enrich your course content. Creating a permanent link to them can help you:
D2L will alter links that have two "http" parts in one address, which happens when you add the PSCC EZ Proxy prefix to any permanent link.