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Linking Social Networking Sites to Scholarly Information Portals by ScholarLib

  title={Linking Social Networking Sites to Scholarly Information Portals by ScholarLib},
  author={Peter Mutschke and Mark Thamm},
Online Social Networks usually provide no or limited way to access scholarly information provided by Digital Libraries (DLs) in order to share and discuss scholarly content with other online community members. The paper addresses the potentials of Social Networking sites (SNSs) for science and proposes initial use cases as well as a basic bi-directional model called ScholarLib for linking SNSs to scholarly DLs. The major aim of ScholarLib is to make scholarly information provided by DLs… 

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