Using Find It to View the Full Text of an Article

If you find an article citation in a database but cannot find the full text of the article, select Find It or a link that says Find It @ UNR. Find It searches for the article across all library databases. It will either link you to the full text of the article, or if it is unavailable, it will direct you to a page to request the article via Interlibrary Loan.

Screenshot of a journal article search and its citation information, including title, authors, publication date, volume and issue numbers, page numbers, the DOI, part of the summary, and subject terms. The "Find It" button is enclosed by a red rectangle to show its location on the page.  The example also includes an icon of a piece of paper with a magnifying glass and a file folder with a "plus sign" in the middle. Next to the "Find It" button is an icon for PlumX Metrics.
Screenshot of a journal article search and its citation information, including title, authors, publication date, volume and issue numbers, page numbers, the DOI, part of the summary, and subject terms. The "Find It" button is enclosed by a red rectangle to show its location on the page. The example also includes an icon of a piece of paper with a magnifying glass and a file folder with a "plus sign" in the middle. Next to the "Find It" button is an icon for PlumX Metrics.
Screenshot of the "Find It @ UNR" button, which is enclosed by a red rectangle to show its location on the page. The article result shows the following sections of the citation with their associated text: Title, Authors, Publication, Publication Date, and a URL.
Screenshot of the "Find It @ UNR" button, which is enclosed by a red rectangle to show its location on the page. The article result shows the following sections of the citation with their associated text: Title, Authors, Publication, Publication Date, and a URL.

Limiting Your Search to Full Text Only


In OneSearch, refine your results to full text items by selecting the Full Text Online filter.

Screenshot of the "Refine Your Search" filter in OneSearch. The filter "Full Text Online" is enclosed by a red rectangle to show its location on the page. There is also a green "checkmark" next to "Full Text Online" which indicates it is selected. The example includes the words "REFINE YOUR SEARCH" and other filter choices: "Scholarly & Peer-Review," "Open Access," and "Library Catalog."
Screenshot of the "Refine Your Search" filter in OneSearch. The filter "Full Text Online" is enclosed by a red rectangle to show its location on the page. There is also a green "checkmark" next to "Full Text Online" which indicates it is selected. The example includes the words "REFINE YOUR SEARCH" and other filter choices: "Scholarly & Peer-Review," "Open Access," and "Library Catalog."

If an item is not available online or in print, you can request it through Interlibrary Loan. See Getting Books and Articles from Other Libraries for more information.