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Linking to Articles, eBooks, and Streaming Videos from the Library's Databases: Books 24x7

Books 24x7 Linking Outside of Blackboard

The following instructions are for creating links outside of Blackboard.

   1. Search for the desired resource and open the full record for the item. Copy the complete URL from the browser's address bar. This URL should end with bookid=xxxxx or bkid=xxxxx where xxxxx is any five digit number.

   2. Paste the URL into the desired location, and ensure that it begins with the http:// prefix.

   3. You will need to insert http://ezproxy.bellevue.edu/login?url= immediately in front of the URL, and remove the x from /toc.aspx?.

   4. An example of a Books 24x7 URL would look like this: http://ezproxy.bellevue.edu/login?url=http://library.books24x7.com/toc.asp?bkid=51172.

   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.

Books 24x7 Linking in Blackboard

The following instructions are for linking in Blackboard only.

   1. Search for the desired resource and open the full record for the item. Copy the complete URL from the browser's address bar. This URL should end with bookid=xxxxx or bkid=xxxxx where xxxxx is any five digit number.

   2. Paste the URL into the desired location, and ensure that it begins with the http:// prefix.

   3. You will need to insert http://ezproxy.bellevue.edu/login?auth=bb&url= immediately in front of the URL, and remove the x from /toc.aspx?.

   4. An example of a Blackboard Books 24x7 URL would look like http://ezproxy.bellevue.edu/login?auth=bb&url=http://library.books24x7.com/toc.asp?bkid=44315​.

   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.