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Links to iCONN Resources
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Direct Links to Databases Via Auto-Graphics (preferred)

The direct links below can be used by schools and libraries to add links to specific iCONN databases to their own home pages. These direct links allow patrons to bypass the iCONN portal and access the databases directly. The links can be arranged as libraries see fit, e.g., interfiled with locally licensed resources, arranged by subject, in an A-Z list, etc.*

Colorful buttons in different sizes for each EBSCO database can be found here or you can reuse the buttons on the classic menu.
 
The links provide IP authentication for in library use and barcode authentication for out of library use. Only one link is needed for each database.  The links will also work with proxy servers in lieu of barcode authentication for use outside the library.

Links to iCONN Resources for Public Libraries (Word - 72kb) (PDF - 87kb)
Links to iCONN Resources for High School Libraries (Word - 73kb) (PDF - 86kb)
Links to iCONN Resources for Middle School Libraries (Word - 66kb) (PDF - 80kb)
Links to iCONN Resources for Elementary School Libraries (Word - 42kb) (PDF - 65kb)
Links to iCONN Resources for Academic Libraries (Word - 79kb) (PDF - 157kb)

Links to Popular Magazines for Public Libraries.
Links to Popular Magazines for High School Libraries.
Links to Popular Magazines for Middle School Libraries.
Links to Popular Magazines for Elementary School Libraries.  

*When linking directly to iCONN resources, please include the iCONN logo to help raise awareness and continued support of iCONN. For directions and an image file, go to: Branding Links to iCONN

Direct Links to Databases Via Database Vendors (use only if above links don't work)

Links to iCONN Resources for all libraries (Word - 56kb) (PDF - 106kb)



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