The "Cite It!" bookmarklet allows reading list owners to add resources from the web to their reading lists (websites, videos, games, etc.). To learn how to add it to your browser, see "Add Cite It! Bookmarklet". "Cite It!" can be used to add items that need to be purchased or that are going to be used in a course (like YouTube), for example.
Some resources available through the Libraries are not found in InfoHawk+ but can be found by searching a database to which we have access. In this case the easiest way to add this resource to a list is by using the Cite It! bookmarklet and using the proxy link generator to add the Libraries' proxy server address to the resource's url.
For help finding articles and adding the proxy server, please contact your subject librarian.