ProQuest Direct SiteBuilder is not rocket science. Heck, it's not science at all. You find what you need in ProQuest Direct, capture the link (and optionally modify it), secure the link using convenient access control methods, and insert the link into text or an image on your page. That's it.
You can do this. You don't have to be a technical wizard. (Although of course, wizards are encouraged to dive right in and edit ProQuest Direct links by hand, or use the Search for Publication link to enhance an OPAC.)
Visitors to your site will love the ease with which they can view articles, lists of articles, or even search for articles themselves. And if they can't get to your site...you can include the links in an email message.
Here are some ideas...
Create a link to display a specific article with the Article Retrieve link.
Using the Article Retrieve Link
Use the Article Retrieve link to build a listas individual linksof selected articles that you want to share.
Using the Search by Word Link
Using the Search for Publication Link
The Search by Word and Search for Publication links let you capture generic search pages you can use as templates for your own application. We encourage you to customize these pages...using buttons, text, colors, and other elements so they are visually compatible with the rest of your site.
The image below shows the homepage for mythical Arbour State University. This site incorporates all of the ideas listed above. It provides students and faculty with access to: