This guide is based on a guide created by Jason Puckett at Georgia State University. The original guide, which you can view here, is licensed by Georgia State University Library under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States License. Simpson Library thanks Jason for sharing his excellent work.
After you've saved an item to your library, you'll probably want to refer back to it later. For most electronic documents, such as articles, webpages, and e-books, you can view the full text by double-clicking the title in your Zotero library.
If double-clicking the title doesn't work, try the Locate button, which gives you a menu of options for automatically locating the full text.
|The Locate button|
The Locate button includes an option called "Library Lookup" that automatically searches for an article's full text in your library's electronic databases. To use the Library Lookup feature, you first need to give Zotero the URL to search the Simpson Library databases. This URL is called a "resolver."
The Simpson Library resolver is https://umw.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/openurl/01UMW_INST/01UMW_INST:01UMW.
How to set up the Library Lookup feature: