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Deep Linking: More Resources

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

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Additional tools for learning about deep linking, sharing your research, and writing.

Deep linking guides

Here are a few webpages which explain the importance of deep linking.

BloggingBasics101: What is a permalink?A blogger's take on the importance of deep linking.

Search Engine JournalA 101 guide to deep linking.

W3C: Deep Linking in the World Wide WebA description of deep linking and the issues surround the practice.

Research and Resource Sharing Guides

Take a look at the links below to learn more about how to research and how to share the articles or eBooks you find.

 

Finding Full Text: Learn how to find an article's complete text.

Finding Full Text Using a Reference Citation in DuCat: Learn how to find an article or eBook you already have in mind but aren't sure which database it's in.

TinyURL: Create miniature URLs out of long ones so the link doesn't break when you share it. TinyURLs never expire.

bitly: Another way to create miniature URLS out of long ones so the link doesn't break when you share it. If you become a member of bitly, you can track how often your link is used.

 

These are some popular research help and resource sharing websites. Be careful when you use them because you will often need to create deep links yourself.

 

Cite U Like: A social networking and research aid site which helps members store and share articles and eBooks.

Delicious: A social networking site where members share links they like by putting them into "stacks" divided by theme.

EndNoteA social networking and research aid site which helps members store and share articles and eBooks and generate citations.

Click here to access the complete list of Duquesne's research guides

Writing Guides

Having trouble writing or forming citations? Take a look at these guides.

Citation Guide: Duquesne's guide to using citations and creating bibliographies.

APA Citation Guide: The American Psychological Associaton's guide to citations and essay writing.

APA Style Blog: The latest information and anwers on APA citation.

Chicago Manual of Style: The public website on the Chicago style of citation.

Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL): Purdue University's guide to APA, Chicago, and MLA citation with general tips on research and writing.

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