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Persistent Links in Springer Electronic Books

You can search for Springer e-books (20,000+ titles in every scientific discipline) through, or through OskiCat.

The link that appears in your browser's address bar is the book's persistent link. If the URL ends with "&page-1", you know you have the correct link for the first page of the book.

Each page in the book has its own URL. To link to a specific chapter or page:

  1. Choose the desired chapter from the "Browse This Book" table of contents, or use the page navigation to go to your desired page.
  2. The URL in your browser's address bar will be the persistent link to that particular page.

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Persistent Links in SpringerLink Journals

You can provide a persistent link to the webpage for the article, or a persistent link to the PDF itself.

Linking to the article page:

  • The URL that appears in the browser bar is the persistent link for the article.

Linking directly to the PDF:

  1. Right-click on the "Download PDF" link
  2. Copy and paste that link into your webpage, course management system, or other document.

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