UF offers 4 methods for obtaining full text of documents:
To use these options, you must be connected via a computer with a UF IP address or through UF’s proxy of Virtual Private Network software http://cms.uflib.ufl.edu/offcampus.
Option 1: Links in UF’s databases
Look for the Find it @ UF links in databases to connect to the libraries’ subscriptions.
Option 2: UF Libraries Catalog
If a link in a database doesn’t get you full text, try searching the catalog: it links more reliably with our journal subscriptions than most databases. Set the catalog’s dropdown menu to Journal Title and copy-paste or type the journal title abbreviation. If that doesn’t work, enter distinctive full words from the journal’s title.
Option 3: UBorrow (print for Gainesville students only)
In the upper right of a UF Libraries catalog results page, click the UBorrow icon to request print material be sent to a UF Library from another Florida college library for your use. NOTE: The lending library will give you only as much time as it gives its local users, so you’ll have less time with the book before you must return it to the UF library from which you picked it up. Because this service involves other libraries, UF can’t guarantee immediate delivery of your item(s).
Option 4: ILL (Interlibrary Loan)
You must register to use this service, but registration takes less than 2 minutes and lasts throughout your affiliation with UF. You can use for any format (book, AV, journal article, print or electronic) if the UF libraries don’t have the item. As with Option 3, UF can’t guarantee quick delivery from other libraries, but requests usually result in a PDF email attachment of the chapter, journal article, or other short document within 2-4 days. Books take about 10 days to arrive.