Digital Access Brokers: Clustering and Comparison (Part II – from Summarization to Citation Map)
Keywords:Browser Extension, Digital Access Broker, Google Scholar Button, Kopernio, Lazy Scholar, Lean Library
In our previous article (Digital Access Brokers: clustering and comparison (Part I - locator services), we covered a total of twelve browser extensions under one broad group viz. Group A- Locations, Citations & References. This paper covers another twenty-two more browser extensions under four major groups viz. Group B- Summarizers, Recommenders & Commenters; Group C- Multi Functional; Group D - Resource Integration; and Group E- Citation Map Builder. All of these tools assist researchers in a variety of ways in obtaining content, both open-access and licenced content owned by various publishers or databases.
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