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A how-to of the Kettering & MeL databases

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Creating a persistent link:

To share a persistent link from IBIS World, you will need to add Kettering University's proxy to ensure all users both on and off campus can access it. 

To do so, first, copy the link from within the resource you wish to share, underneath the title, which in this case is:


Next, add Kettering University's proxy BEFORE the URL as shown below: added to equals your new persistent link:


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