Many Library article databases do not allow you to copy the URL displayed in your browser for sharing. Most do have a way to get a durable link. The process varies by platform.
Articles in EBSCO databases must use the Permalink located in the full citation. The link to display it is under the tools menu on the right side of the page.
Click the link to display the Permalink at the top of the article. Copy that to paste into your document
Gale databases provide durable links which are formatted to pass through the proxy server.
Use the Get Link icon at the top right of the citation
Copy the link in the box to paste into your application
Articles in JSTOR include a stable URL under the full citation. Copy this to paste into your document.
Do not use DOIs displayed in JSTOR, as they may go a publisher's site where the Library has not subscribed to the archive.
ProQuest provides a durable link in the details tab of an article.
Scroll down on details page and find Document URL. Copy that to paste into your document