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Deep Linking: ebrary

A guide to understanding and creating deep links in popular research databases.


If you're confused about deep linking, Ask A Librarian any time of day for help.

ebrary and Deep Linking Resources

Click the links below to access the ebrary and more.


ebrary is a collection of eBooks which cover a variety of subjects. Deep linking is automatic in the ebrary but may require some clean up.

What is the ebrary and how do I deep link to it?

ebrary is a collection of over 70,000 eBooks with complete text and pictures. Its topics include anthropology, business & economics, computers & IT, education, engineering & technology, fine arts, history, language & literature, law, life sciences, medicine, physical sciences, psychology, religion, and social sciences.

Deep linking is easy in ebrary, and it even allows you to link to a certain page in the text.

Linking to an Entire Text

Once you find the full text of the eBook you want, simply click "Share Link to Book."

ebrary will provide a pop-up window with the link to the entire book included:

Linking to a Certain Page

1. Once you find the full text of the eBook you want, open the eBook by clicking the "Read Online" button.


2. Navigate to the page you would like to link to. You can either browse using the arrows at the top right of the page, or simply click the page number and type in the desired page.

3. Once you've navigated to the desired page, click the link button in the toolbar at the top of the reader.

ebrary will provide a pop-up window with your link to copy:


Click here to see the deep link to the Autobiography of Mark Twain in the ebrary.

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