This page offers information and tips on handling information in your courses.
On this page you'll find:
And you might try:
If you share links to publications, databases, database records and searches in your course manuals, email to students etc. you have options to make sure that your links are permanent (stable) and allow for access to proprietary doucments whereever your students are.
There are many cases when just grabbing the URL from your bowser's address bar is not the best option:
For papers, use links that have the DOI and proxy. Most publishers, databases and search engines display the Digital Object Identifier links to papers or e-books on their websites. Once you have these you only have to add the proxy suffix proxy.library.uu.nl immediately before the third slash.
So you have:
To implement these, there are three easy steps:
For databases, please use the link you get by right-clicking the database name in our list of databases, e.g.:
For books in our catalogue, use the permanent link provided with the record, e.g.
Re-using and embedding LibGuide boxes in Blackboard and other sites is a matter of a few clicks.
Instructions for embedding in Blackboard:
N.B. IN some cases your browser will block non-https content (such as LibGuides) and nothing will appear. To solve this you have to give your broser permission to show this type of content.
In Internet Explorer if you get the question below about secure content, click 'no':
In Chrome click the protection icon in the adress bar and choose 'load unsafe script '. Of course, this is safe in the case of LibGuides:
In Firefox click the protection icon in the adress bar (on the left) and deactivate blocking on this page:
Did you know that teaching staff & faculty can contribute to the contents of LibGuides if they wish? If you wish to contribute to LibGuides and get permission to edit certain pages please get into contact with your library faculty liaison.