URL for Users to Authenticate in EndNote to Find Fulltext with RUL’s “Get it @ R”

Updated, December 12, 2016; December 10, 2015; Originally posted on November 26, 2013

NOTE: We were just informed that EBSCO’s openURL link resolver is, by design, not supported by the EndNote software, as requested by EBSCO. RU users, please use the other linkout services in EndNote X8 to find fulltext by following the steps below for now:

  • Go to “Edit > Preferences > Find Full Text”
  • Click to check in the boxes next to Web of Sciences Full Text Links, DOI (Digital Object Identifier), and PubMed Linkout (U.S. National Library of Medicine)
  • Click Apply and OK.

Once these preferences are set, you should be able to find fulltext via these linkout services.

Once EBSCO’s link resolver is enabled to search for Fulltext in EndNote, it will be announced here as soon as possible. Should you have any question regarding the “Find Fulltext” feature, please do not hesitate to contact your campus librarians for help.



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