January 27, 2006

CiteULike

Writing about web page http://www.citeulike.org/

Looks pretty good to me. It's limited as to which providers it works with, but it covers some of our biggies including JSTOR, Ingenta and ScienceDirect.

It seems like its related to the whole Web 2.0 thing that I posted about earlier today, since the tagging system could be one of those "folksonomies" that I keep reading about.

I think its got potential, but I'd be interested to hear if there are any academics out there using it in anger!


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  1. sam

    A new similar website but with more advance features is link. It is a social research collaboration tool to help people working in different research fields to come together and share and access each others work. You can form groups and solve problems through forums. You can send private messages to members.

    It can help research students, professors to expand their work and find new people with similar interests.

    03 Jun 2006, 20:38


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