We have broken down the information for you so you know how to do this in EBSCOhost and Gale (Opposing Viewpoints and Literature Resource Center).
DO NOT use the URL at the top of your web browser as this link will not work. You will need to use the permanent or persistent links, also known as permalinks or bookmarks.
To link to a specific article in EBSCOhost, on the article's detailed record page, look to the right side "Tools" menu and click on the "Permalink" option. This link will provide a direct URL to the article selected.
In Opposing Viewpoints, find an article and view the full-text.
This proxy helps our vendors recognize when GWC faculty, student, or staff members are accessing one of their resources and should direct them, when off-campus, to the single sign-on portal.
ProQuest document link for a recent (Feb. 2020) newspaper article from the Los Angeles Times:
The same link with the proxy will allow you to access it from off-campus:
Look for eBooks in EBSCO that state they have "Unlimited Views" or use Gale eBooks or Salem Press which are all unlimited and may be used as supplemental readings in your courses.
If you would like more information about using an eBook as a required text for your class, please consult with Alana Krause, Online Distance Education Librarian.