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Linking to Articles, eBooks, and Streaming Videos from the Library's Databases: SAGE Knowledge Leadership Collection

SAGE Knowledge Linking Outside of Blackboard

The following instructions are for creating links outside of Blackboard.

1. Search for an item and open the full record for it. Click "Link/Chain" icon from the row of icons above the video transcript. 

2. The pop-up window will have a section that says "Link to this page directly with a permalink." You can either right click the permalink URL and select copy, or click the button that says "Copy to Clipboard." 

3. An example of an SAGE Knowledge URL would look like this:  https://sk-sagepub-com.ezproxy.bellevue.edu/video/a-lesson-in-leadership​

4. Once created, the student will be able to click on the link and be immediately taken to the item, whether an article, video, or database. They will not need to log-in again in order to access the Library webpage or other resources.

SAGE Knowledge Video Linking In Blackboard

The following instructions are for linking in Blackboard only.      

1. Search for an item and open the full record for it. Click "Link/Chain" icon from the row of icons above the video transcript. 

2. The pop-up window will have a section that says "Link to this page directly with a permalink." You can either right click the permalink URL and select copy, or click the button that says "Copy to Clipboard." 

3. You will need to insert https://ezproxy.bellevue.edu/login?auth=bb&url= immediately in front of the URL.

4. An example of a SAGE Knowledge URL would look like this: https://ezproxy.bellevue.edu/login?auth=bb&url=https://sk-sagepub-com.ezproxy.bellevue.edu/video/a-lesson-in-leadership

5. Once created, the student will be able to click on the link in Blackboard and be immediately taken to the item, whether an article, video, or database. They will not need to log-in again in order to access the Library webpage or other resources.