Answered By: Kimberley Wroblewski
Last Updated: May 11, 2016     Views: 738

Unfortunately, because you have to access the databases through the library, copying and pasting the URLs will not work. You’ll have to use the “document URL,” which you can find by scrolling down to the bottom of each article.

You'll have a lot more luck with saving articles that you find in ProQuest by using the features in the pale blue bar.  This is true for other library databases as well. Use the buttons provided on the database screen to save the article. For example, on this pale blue bar, I would click "email" to send a copy of the article to myself or "save as file" to download it and save it to my computer or onto a flash drive. The "cite" button is also very helpful because you can create an APA citation, which will have all the information you'll need to find it again.

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