Which site translators would you like to see?

  • Thank you for adding Pubmed Central! I just noticed that it is working. Very, very useful to biomedical researchers!
  • Good news! LibraryThing has added some support for COinS and you can now use zotero to suck in info about books from the site. It's only a first pass implementation, but it's a good start! :)
  • Could you consider adding the abstract notification service MDLINX (http://www.mdlinx.com/).

  • I do want DBLP!!!!!!! thank you!!!!
  • Hey Zotero, thanks for the great addon

    However, support for http://www.libis.be would be useful. You will probably have to contact the Catholic University of Leuven for access at info@libis.kuleuven.ac.be .

    Also, adding Project MUSE at http://muse.jhu.edu/ and PDB at http://www.pdb.org would be appreciated.

    Apologies if I included something that's already been asked, I didn't go through the entire thread. Keep up the good work.
  • The site translator for the OCLC FirstSearch database at Westminster Seminary (http://www.wts.edu/library/databases.html) used to work with Zotero, but appears to have stopped after I upgraded to 1.0.2. One of the library employees has also mentioned the issue.

    Can anything be done to make this database function with Zotero again?

    Thanks so much.
  • It would be great to have a translator for arxiv.org (electronic reprints is physics, math
    and computer science) or one of the front ends (http://front.math.ucdavis.edu/, http://www.eprintweb.org).

    I could probably do an ad hoc one, but arxiv supports getting metadata by
    by OAI_PMH v2.0 from the Open Archive Iniative (http://www.openarchives.org/),
    which would seem to be a general standard that would be very important to you.
  • arxiv.org is currently supported. If the translator is not working for you, please start a new discussion detailing your problems. Thanks.
  • Hi
    I hail from South Africa. Would it be possible to have Zotero grab information from our library pages: www.ais.up.ac.za?
    Thanks much
  • I make part of the editorial board of the e-journal, "Nuevo Mundo-Mundos Nuevos". It is stored at the servers of http://revues.org, a French open access iniciative which has several social sciences' journals. Our contents are not yet covered by Zotero, I wonder whether you may consider to do so. Thank you in advance.
  • Can I put in another vote for SAGE to be supported e.g.


    Regards, Jon.
  • http://www.slideshare.net would be really great because presentations can be also scientific content ;-)
  • how about Scopus
  • http://libris.kb.se/
    (new design)
    would be wonderful
  • I know this was asked for before, but just as a reminder, we classicists among you are still begging for L'Annee Philologique to be supported :)

  • Wall Street Journal and other newspaper and media sites, please.
  • I don't think anyone's mentioned this before, but it would be nice if the UK mirror of the arxiv (uk.arxiv.org) worked with zotero.

  • Sources from Japanese publications:
    Science links of Japan:

    Excellent extension!
  • http://www.biblio.com
  • 4 suggestions from a Canadian living in Geneva:

    - French site www.fnac.com (equivalent of amazon in France)

    - Reseau de bibliotheques genevoises (Geneva public libraries common catalog):

    - Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) library catalog:

    - Quebec National Library Catalog:
  • Two suggestions, both listings of abstracts:



  • Love the tool. I would like to second (or, fifth or sixth or something like that) Ovid's WebSPIRS. Lots of stuff available through there, including, importantly for me, the Philosopher's Index.
  • I second the already mentioned translation of Sage Journals at http://online.sagepub.com/.
  • edited February 21, 2008
    The U.S. National Archives

    More especially the archival research catalog:
  • A site translator for this database will be very appreciated.

    American Institute of Aerospace and Aeronautics
  • I'd like to vote for www.scielo.br
    It's Brazil's principal database of academic and scientific journals. Thanks!
  • A site translator for this database will be very appreciated.

  • ScienceDirect has been supported for over a year. Please check http://www.zotero.org/index.php/translators/ or try Zotero on a site before posting here. Thanks!
  • edited March 10, 2008
    A library catalog (french speaking universities, Switzerland)
    http://opac.rero.ch/gateway based on Virtua
  • I think this has been requested before, but the EMBO journal would be a nice adition. Thanks.

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