Which site translators would you like to see?

  • I've found a few journal article sites that are not supported. One of the more major ones to fix would be Cambridge Journals Online (https://journals.cambridge.org/) -- Zotero doesn't recognize this site at all, at least for me. -- This occurs with the site security and without.

    And the other is Lawrence Erlbaum journals (http://www.leaonline.com).

  • I second the request for JSTOR.

    I'd also like to request ERIC, the Educational Resources Information Center by the Dept of Education. (example)
  • Here's my vote for the International Medieval Bibliography:

  • JSTOR has been supported for several months. Before requesting compatibility with a resource, you might want to verify whether Zotero in fact already supports it.
  • The largest library in spanish: http://www.bne.es
    also: http://www.ucm.es/BUCM/
    and: http://www.cervantesvirtual.com

    I hope to see at least one spanish library being supported soon. Thanks a lot.
  • Yet another vote for Web of Science. Also, it would be great if you could include Oregon State University in your list of translated sites.

    By the way, I love this thing, and so does everyone in my lab.
  • edited May 10, 2007
    gmail -- to autofill relevant fields in the email item type, with a snapshot of the "print" version of the email included.
  • We have supported ISI Web of Science for months.
  • Just another nice resource for books: http://isbndb.com/
  • Is there a generic tweak that Voyager libraries can make to get the download book icon in the location window (like LoC)? I have noticed multiple Voyager libraries agreeing that there OPAC display does not show the icon. Ours does not either.


  • LexisNexis at lexis.com: the point of access for legal materials.

    In general, I'm glad to see so much current development around legal research: Bluebook export, discussion of Westlaw support. However, I haven't seen any recent discussion of support for LexisNexis legal (as opposed to academic)--is that forthcoming?
  • I would like to simply suggest adding support for as many online news sites as possible, especially since a main benefit of zotero is doing one's research via the web browser. So, for me, a few that come to mind are BBC.com, www.iht.com, or www.time.com. If these could all work like the translator for the NY Times, that would be fantastic!
  • I second the request for news sites.

    Also IMDb/IMDbPro - a premier source for film research
  • I would also like to suggest a change to the gathering of DVD data from Amazon. Amazon has the annoying habit of listing actors as the creators of a film, but for research purposes I need director first. If I add a director manually, I need to delete all the actors so that director comes first, which is irritating. Or is there some way of reordering the various contributors in Zotero?
  • Center for Research Libraries catalog.

    National Library of Australia (which 'works,' but I receive an error when I try to add)
  • I second (or third) the Bibliothèque nationale de France's Gallica (http://gallica.bnf.fr)- the Recherche section
  • A translator I would like to see is one for PICA's Dutch Union catalogue ('Picarta' )
    Especially because Picarta offers an interface to all libraries in the Netherlands.
  • Hello,

    I would really like to see a translator for open archives run on DSpace software by MIT and HP. The number of installations are increasing constantly...

    see: http://wiki.dspace.org/index.php/DspaceInstances
  • www.ij-healthgeographics.com
  • Instead of your staff working forever on styles, why not an import facility for styles in EndNote or other such software? I've spent a considerable amount of time developing an EndNote style that meets my department's particular mandated style for undergraduate work.

    José Igartua
  • edited June 5, 2007
    I think one or two of these was already mentioned... but if not, these are some major sites used by historians and grad students to perform searches on Japanese and Chinese language materials:

    http://china.eastview.com/kns50/single_index.aspx (esp the first link to China Academic Journals Full-text Database)

    NACSIS Webcat (apparently searches all libraries and universities in Japan) http://webcat.nii.ac.jp/

  • CINAHL, ABI-Inform (requests from the CHHS department at George Mason University)
  • edited June 12, 2007
  • EducationWeek - http://www.edweek.org
  • The Economist - www.economist.com
  • Philosophers' Imprint

  • pubmed central (the full open access journal articles)
    biomed central (related to above)
    plos journals (open access)
  • edited June 24, 2007
    American Geophysical Union (AGU)

    Copernicus Publications

    American Meteorological Society
  • http://www.int-res.com/
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