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Finding and Getting: Google Books, Google Scholar, and Free OpenURL Browser Tools Melissa Belvadi January, 2009 OLA 2009 SuperConference.

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1 Finding and Getting: Google Books, Google Scholar, and Free OpenURL Browser Tools Melissa Belvadi January, 2009 OLA 2009 SuperConference

2 Overview Defining the problem Google Book Search (GBS) Google Scholar (GS) Openly OpenURL Referrer COinS LibX Toolbar Final Thoughts

3 OpenURL Review Licensed Citation Index OpenURL Resolver (your holdings) Full Text Link Catalogue Holdings ILL Request ? Public Internet

4 Google Book Search (GBS) Over 7 million books searchable OCRd keyword indexing to entire full text Full text available only if out of copyright

5 GBS – Possible Text Views

6 GBS – Full View

7 GBS – Limited Preview

8 GBS – Snippets

9 GBS – No preview

10 GBS Searching intitle:canada inauthor:macdonald date: subject:history very broad Google categories, not very useful Science, History, Nature, Travel, Business & Economics, etc. Boolean - work; OR, NOT do not Wildcard * as in regular Google (in phrases)

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12 GBS – Linking Out

13 GBS - Linking to WorldCat

14 GBS – WorldCat to Catalogue

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16 GBS and WorldCat – on-campus

17 WorldCat Registry

18 Google Scholar (GS)

19 GS - Searching author:macdonald intitle:prince edward island Boolean: supports OR, - (not), phrases must use Advanced search for date range

20 GS - Searching Note use of intitle: in general box

21 GS - Searching

22 GS - Linking

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24 GS – Library Links Program

25 GS – Link to OpenURL

26 GS – Library Links 2

27 GBS vs GS vs Google Result ranking Linking to libraries

28 Web Browser Plugins What is a plugin? Plugin vs bookmarklet

29 Openly OpenURL Referrer (OOUR)

30 OOUR – FireFox plugin

31 GS and OOUR

32 COinS Context Object in Span Context Object = citation, e.g. to a book or article Span = HTML tag COinS = A way to embed a citation in OpenURL format into a web page

33 COinS - in the raw HTML COinS Generator

34 COinS-Supporting Sites Worldcat.org – convenient for GBS Wikipedia Open Library Hubmed.org (alternative interface to PubMed) Many smaller sites, e.g. UPEI's institutional repository AKA Embedding Sites

35 COinS and UPEI's IR

36 COinS-Using Software/Sites Openly OpenURL Referrer Plugin LibX toolbar system Zotero OpenBook plugin for WordPress AKA Activating agent

37 Worldcat and OOUR

38 OOUR and Wikipedia

39 LibX Toolbar Toolbar with Plugin Functionality, COinS support

40 LibX and Google Scholar

41 LibX and Google Books

42 LibX and Wikipedia - COinS

43 LibX and other sites Sage Pubs Amazon

44 LibX – DOI, PMID

45 Final Thoughts Is this crazy?

46 Useful Links Google Books, Scholar LibX Openly OpenURL Referrer COINS span code generator DOI WorldCat Registry Questions?


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