"A permalink or permanent link is a URL that is intended to remain unchanged for many years into the future, yielding a hyperlink that is less susceptible to link rot. Permalinks are often rendered simply, that is, as clean URLs, to be easier to type and remember".--Wikipedia
Every item in a database is assigned its own permalink that you can use to link back to it.
The link may be just above or below the citation information
Look for words like: DOI, Permanent link, Permalink, Stable, or Share
The link may even be inside another function, such as Save, Print, Export, Citation
Look for a link symbol
If you see a very long string of alphanumeric characters in the URL, that's a sign this link will expire when you close the browser.
A proxy address makes sure you have current Stockton credentials before allowing access to content. To do this, a special prefix has to appear at the beginning of the resource link:
Note: The proxy is not necessary for Open Access content.
If you saved an article link on campus, and now it doesn't allow access, add the proxy prefix to the front of the URL. It should force authentication with the Stockton Go Portal.
(Insert http://dx.doi.org/ in front of the DOI number, if it's not already there.)