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Anywhere Access - Apps and Tips

Your guide to remote access options for Library subscribed resources, essential worktools, and troubleshooting.

About EndNote Click

EndNote Click (formerly Kopernio) is automatically installed when you download EndNote20 to your computer. It is a free, browser extension that helps you access full-text journal articles from the Library's subscriptions in addition to Open Access content - both on and off campus.

  • Using EndNote Click, you may save up to 100MB of PDF documents in your Personal Locker.
  • Integrate with popular search tools - such as Google Scholar, Web of Science, and PubMed - and automatically find the best versions of the articles listed in your search results.
  • Integrate with referencing software - such as EndNote, Mendeley, and Zotero - and save the citations to your preferred manager (NB. full-text files, such as PDFs, will only be attached to your EndNote account).
  • Works with Chrome, Edge, and Firefox (however, EndNote recommends Chrome as the most easy and reliable).

It is more beneficial to use EndNote Click with an Endnote account. Please see our EndNote 20 for Windows and EndNote 20 for Mac LibGuides for relevant instructions.

How it works

1. Install the extension:

Chrome icon Get it for Chrome

Edge icon Get it for Edge

 Get it for Firefox

2. Create your EndNote Click account

3. Select Macquarie University to access our Library's subscription

4. Set up your preferences accordingly

To gain access to a full-text resource, follow these steps.

1a. When EndNote Click activates automatically owing to an existing subscription

When you are viewing an article record on a journal website or database, EndNote Click will display a pop-up icon on the left hand side of the screen so long as MQ Library has a subscription (or if there is a PDF version freely available).

1b. Start your search with EndNote Click

When the extension has been installed, there should be a 'quick search' feature located next to your browser’s address bar. This will enable you to search for journal articles on Web of Science, PubMed, and Google Scholar. You can customise the integration via the account settings page (under the Customise tab).

To begin your search, click on the EN button within the search bar and enter a few keywords pertaining to the article that you require (such as a title, author, or DOI).

You will be redirected to your search provider's platform which will, in turn, display its most relevant results.

2. View PDF

Click on the View PDF button. This will add the article to My Locker (the storage component of EndNote Click). The extension typically defaults to saving to but - within the My Locker menu at the left hand side of the screen - different options will be listed through which to manage the PDF. Note that the free version of EndNote Click only provides you with 100MB of storage.

Watch the video titled 'A class recording: introducing EndNote Click' in the next tab for more instructions.

This webinar recording provides an introductory overview of EndNote Click (published on May 15, 2021, by EndNote Training).