There are some changes you should make in your software settings to use the Virginia Tech Library's OpenURL server, which will allow you to search for full-text documents, search Addison and Summon, and link to ILLiad to request items through interlibrary loan.
(If you have already obtained a copy of an article, then connecting to the library's openURL server is unnecessary.)
Go to the EndNote Preferences menu and check the OpenURL box and then modify the existing information in the OpenURL Path box:
Also in Preferences, click on URLs & Links and replace ?sid=ISI:WOS with ?sid=sersol in the OpenURL Arguments box.
Once you set the OpenURL server, you can easily see what articles are available electronically by selecting the OpenURL link command.. Assuming there is an article link available, click there to go the full text and then download the article to your computer. You can link to the article text using the File Attachments field (References --> File Attachments --> Attach File). You will then see an icon representing the document type (e.g., PDF, HTML). Clicking it will open the file.
A recording of our latest Endnote webinar can be downloaded for Windows users.
The university has a site license for the EndNote product and makes it available to all Virginia Tech faculty, staff, and students.
This product may be installed on any machines owned by the University. You may install it on personally owned machines if you are a graduate student, undergraduate student, faculty member or staff member of the University.
Only on campus users, which includes those connecting to the Internet via VPN, can download EndNote directly from the Software Distribution Office site. Once downloaded and installed, check periodically to see if there have been updates.