Answered By: Travis Jones
Last Updated: Aug 14, 2018     Views: 46

If you are on-campus: 

In EndNote, right click on the citation, then click Find Full Text > Find Full Text. EndNote will attempt to download the PDF. 

Note: Full text may not be accessible for a number of reasons (e.g. the publisher does not allow it, the article is too old or too new, UHCL does not have a subscription). Try searching for the article in OneSearch and saving it to your computer, then manually attaching it to the reference.

If you are off-campus: 

1. You must first configure EndNote so that it can access UHCL's journal subscriptions. In EndNote, go to Edit > Preferences. Select Find Full Text.

2. In the OpenURL path box, copy/paste or type the following: 

http://DT5CD8CY8C.search.serialssolutions.com

3. In the Authenticate With URL box, copy/paste or type the following:

https://libproxy.uhcl.edu/login?url=

4. When you are ready to find full text for a reference, right click on it, then click Find Full Text > Authenticate. Enter your UHCL username and password. After you have authenticated, you can click Find Full Text > Find Full Text. 

5. Check the left side bar under your Groups for the status. If the full text was downloaded successfully, a paperclip will appear next to the reference.

 

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