Reference Linking in JSTOR; search JSTOR content in Google and Google Scholar Wednesday, 1 March 2006 8:48 pmPosted by Dongmei in database features, databases, What's new at Google?!.
Reference Linking in JSTOR
Yesterday, JSTOR announced its official release of reference linking functionality. Reference linking enables JSTOR users to follow a link from a reference in an article directly to the cited article. (A feature should be familiar for the open Web users). At this time, the reference linking capability is internal – links are currently available only between journals archived in JSTOR. Approximately 18,000 links are currently available from a small number of journals, and JSTOR expects to complete retrospective reference capture for all current holdings in 2007.
For more details about reference linking, check out http://www.jstor.org/help/reference.linking.htmlJSTOR Crawl Site Update
Google (not surprising!) is the first search engine company that signed a license agreement with JSTOR and is allowed to crawl and index the scholarly literature in the archive. The crawl site contains the full-text or optical character recognition (OCR) files for the majority of journals participating in JSTOR. More than 2 million of the full-length articles and book reviews archived by JSTOR are searchable in both Google and Google Scholar.