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Use the following URL format to link directly to a particular article:

https://search.informit.org/documentSummary;res=[Database Code];dn=[Document Number]

For example, to jump to the article title, ‘Privatised immigration detention centres: Challenges and opportunities for implementing human rights’ by Tania Penovic in the journal Law in Context, Volume 31, 2014:
https://search.informit.org/documentSummary;res=IELHSS;dn=637331965521338

View the recommended syntax for linking to Informit content. This guide covers individual items (Article; Conference paper; Book item) and bundled items (Journal issue; Journal title; Book; Conference proceeding; Database). 

If Informit is not used for a period of time it will log out. The timeout default is set at 15 minutes; however, your site might have a different timeout setting. Email support.informit@rmit.edu.au for assistance.

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Yes, Informit is run on a fully compliant Z39.50 database server.

After 3 hours of no activity, logged in users will be timed out.

After 3 hours of no activity, logged in users will be timed out.

No. However, Informit EduTV will use Adobe Flash player if it is installed.

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Yes. Video playback is supported by all iOS and Android devices.

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