Find it! flying pig

Our Find it! service, which helps you find full text licensed by the University Libraries as well as thousands of reputable open access journals and books, has been upgraded this fall.

Find it! buttons in library databases such as Web of Science or Ebsco, or in free-to-use research tools such as PubMed or Google Scholar look for available full text in tens of thousands of library subscription e-journals or e-books as well as selected open access publications.  If no full text is found, you can use a convenient Interlibrary Loan button to request the item on our ILLiad service.

What’s New and Improved

This new Find it!  includes coverage for thousands more resources than our previous version.  It is updated daily by our vendor, saving library staff maintenance time and improving your chances of finding full text fast. 

In most cases, this new Find it! will take you straight to the best source for full text, rather than asking you to choose from a list of resources.  Saved clicks save time. 

Unlike the  previous version of Find it! this updated system will work on the UARK guest wi-fi service.  

Changes you Might Need to Make

We’ve done most of the work for you; in our databases the Find it! button will now take you to full text automatically.

However, if you have customized an “OpenURL link” or “Link resolver” in your personal copies of EndNote client, Zotero Citation Manager, or in your Google Scholar links, you’ll want to update your settings. 

Google Scholar

In your Google Scholar settings, be sure to choose the option for University of Arkansas, Fayetteville (Find it at UofA)
See detailed instructions for setting up Google Scholar. 



Find it! links will appear as long as you use our custom University of Arkansas link to PubMed:


EndNote Client

In the EndNote Preferences for OpenURL Path field enter:

See detailed instructions for setting up Find it! in your EndNote client. 



In your Zotero preferences, choose Advanced and paste this url into the “Resolver” box:

See detailed instructions for setting up Find it! in your Zotero library. 


Questions?  Problems?

Please let us know by emailing us at  And Happy Finding!