Most of you have probably heard of EndNote, the popular bibliographic management software. We have a subscription to the full-powered EndNote Desktop, so if you are interested you can download and use this resource courtesy of New York Medical College and the Phillip Capozzi, M.D. Library. (Read instructions carefully.)
But that’s not what this blog post is about. I’m here to entice you to use EndNote Click.
A few years ago, EndNote acquired a product, then called Kopernio and now called EndNote Click, which provides streamlined access to journal articles to which we subscribe. It’s a free plug-in. You install it, create an account, and select New York Medical College as your institution. EndNote Click will then direct you to log in using OpenAthens and your TouroOne credentials.
Once you’ve set that up, when you are browsing the web the EndNote Click tab will appear when subscribed or open access content is available. It’s particularly beneficial to get to full-text library content when you didn’t already log in via the library’s website. I use it all day long.
This page tells you how to get the most out of EndNote Click, from clicking on the little purple tab to utilizing your “Locker” to storing PDFs. We think you’ll like it.