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Linking to Articles, eBooks, and Streaming Videos from the Library's Databases: HSTalks

HSTalks Linking Outside of Blackboard

The following instructions are for creating links outside of Blackboard.

1. Search for an item, open the full record for the item, and click the "Share" icon next to the title. Copy the 'Permalink' listed in this section.  Do not simply copy the URL from the browser's address bar, as this is session specific and the article cannot be retraced with this URL once the session ends.

2. Paste the 'Permalink' you copied into the desired location.

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

4. An example of an HSTalks URL would look like this: http://ezproxy.bellevue.edu/login?url=https://hstalks.com/bm/3823/

5. 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.

HSTalks Linking Inside of Blackboard

The following instructions are for creating links outside of Blackboard.

1. Search for an item, open the full record for the item, and click the "Share" icon next to the title. Copy the 'Permalink' listed in this section.  Do not simply copy the URL from the browser's address bar, as this is session specific and the article cannot be retraced with this URL once the session ends.

2. Paste the 'Permalink' you copied into the desired location.

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

4. An example of an HSTalks URL would look like this: http://ezproxy.bellevue.edu/login?auth=bb&url=https://hstalks.com/bm/3823/

5. 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.