|Hal Kirkwood||Management, Economics, Ag Econ, HTM, CSR|
|Judy Nixon||Education, Liberal Arts, Human Development & Family Studies|
|Megan Sapp Nelson||Engineering, Technology|
|Amy Van Epps||Science, Engineering, Technology|
|David Zwicky||Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Materials Engineering|
To activate the find Full Text option for EndNote you need to configure EndNote to Purdue's OpenURL service.
To find full-text articles, first you must authenticate yourself as a Purdue. Go to References --> Find Full Text --> Authenticate… (If you forget this step, EndNote will automatically ask for you.)
Enter your Purdue Career Account information. Once that is accepted, you may close the authentication window.
Then, select all of the articles you want to try and find full-text for, and go to the top menu and select: References --> Find Full Text --> Find Full Text…
EndNote will begin going through each citation systematically, attempting to download the full-text. The status of the search will be displayed in the lower left of your folders area. Example: