Answered By: APUS Librarians
Last Updated: Sep 28, 2022     Views: 220

Primo, the library's Everything search, may occasionally link you to a result that seems unavailable.

If you get an error or an incorrect source when you click a link in Primo, please use the "Report Bad Link to librarians" option to let the library know. We will investigate the issue and provide you with help in getting access to the needed resource. You can find the "Report Bad Link to Librarians" option by clicking the item's title, then scrolling down to the bottom of the page (see a screen capture below).

Report bad link in Primo to librarians


Remember, if there are multiple sources available for an item...try them all.

Please Note: Open access (free) resource links in Primo will often take you to a publication's homepage, instead of to the article or book itself. From there, you will need to search the site or look for an "archives" or "past issues" link to navigate to the correct year/issue.

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