When linking to an article record in a database, it might be tempting just to grab the url from the browser's url window. Don't!* That link is often date and time stamped, and won't work tomorrow.
Most databases accessible through BC Libraries provide persistent links within record results. Of course, they are labeled differently by different vendors, and some can be challenging to find:
Most of the above examples provide a link that will bring you back to the record page of the database.
DOI's provide a special case. Keep in mind about DOI's:
The simplest way to get dependable url's for databases is through Research Guides.
Just right-click the link (on a Mac, click + ctrl key) and select "Copy link address." Paste the url wherever you need it.