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Linking to Digital Collections on WebCampus

Direct your students to scholarly resources by creating links to the Libraries Digital Collections in your WebCampus courses.

Capture the Link to a Digital Collection

  1. Choose a Digital Collection from the Digital Collections page
  2. Right Mouse Click and choose "Copy Link Location" or "Copy Shortcut"

Creating a Link to an Image in a Digital Collection

  1. Choose a Digital Collection from the Digital Collections page
  2. Search for an individual image.
  3. Click on the image in the results list that you wish to use.
  4. On the page that opens scroll until you see either "Cite this Item" or "Reference URL".
  5. Copy the URL that is listed under "Cite this Item". Or, click on "Reference URL" and copy the link that appears in a pop-up box.

Add the Link to WebCampus

  1. Open the page where you would like to place your link
  2. In the Content Box, type the name of the Digital Collection or image you are going to use (i.e. Showgirls) 
  3. Highlight the collection name or image name and then click on "Insert/Edit Link"

    Adding URL to WebCampus
     
  4. In the "link path" paste in the URL for the collection or image by either right clicking in the box and choosing "Paste" or by pressing the Control Key and the letter V at the same time

    Adding URLS to WebCampus part two
     
  5. Click "Insert" to save the link
  6. Scroll down and select "Submit" to save the page

Information is subject to change, as vendors update their products. If you encounter problems using the methods outlined above or if you have additional questions or problems, please contact your liaison librarian for assistance.