Seventh International Conference on Internet and Web Applications and Services: Web Services-based Systems and Applications
Abstract:Researchers and graduate students spend a great deal of time on searching and reading papers. However, they may usually lack of experience on using proper keywords and finding the relevant papers can be challenging. To keep track on the newest activities of key authors and venues is important as well. In addition, some researcher present publication list on his/her home pages. To maintain the up-to-date information of the publication list for the web pages (i.e., citation number) is labor-intensive. In this paper, we incorporate our previous work and construct a Web 2.0 platform, namely Digital Library Connector (DLC). DLC provides services to facilitate the tedious research processes. Researchers can easily search relevant papers and subscribe other author’s academic activity. Moreover, researchers can easily construct their Web 2.0 web pages to present their profile, publication list, and recent academic activity by using the service on DLC. The users show highly satisfactory feedback on using DLC.