Are you researching cultural, scientific or educational material online, but often are not sure where to look? There are so many…
Are you researching cultural, scientific or educational material online, but often are not sure where to look? There are so many carefully curated databases from museums, archives, academic libraries or other cultural aggregators, but they are hidden from most users. This is where EEXCESS comes into play! The EEXCESS Chrome browser extension analyses your research automatically and shows you personally tailored recommendations from connected databases, such as Europeana, EconBiz (economic literature) and Mendeley (scientific papers from a wide range of disciplines). To learn more about how it works, please visit our website www.eexcess.eu and watch this short introduction screencast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eg7dckmLFK0. EEXCESS is a research project funded by the European Union´s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7).
- (2015-10-16) Thibaud Deruelle: Suggests other sources VERY rarely
- (2015-11-09, v:1.2.1) Jörg Schlötterer: window size capabilities
I would be nice to have some buttons for resizing/minifyin/maximizing/... the popup window