Free on the Web, these sometimes link to full text. If you use these off-campus be sure to check for full text through the Find Journals link on the library homepage.
For details see our Endnote Guide
Using Endnote software saves time!
Researchers use it to organize their references, images and PDFs, cite while they write, and create bibliographies and figure lists using any citation style.
"The term “preprint” most often refers to a manuscript that has gone through a peer-review process and now awaits publication in a traditional journal. A preprint accessible over the Web may also be referred to as an “e-print.” Preprints also cover papers that authors have submitted for journal publication, but for which no publication decision has been reached, or even papers electronically posted for peer consideration and comment before submission for publication. In fact, preprints can also be documents that have not been submitted to any journal."