Connotea on the web site

I use Connotea (though not enough, I need to make it a habit) and like it. It’s a ‘social bookmarking’ reference management system. I just noticed a new feature added recently in beta that allows you to put your references on your web site. This could be useful and allow readers to see some of the stuff you find interesting and useful. We’ll have to consider adding it here. CiteULike is another such service, but I haven’t seen this feature.

If you have a blog or a lab web site, thought you might find it interesting.

3 thoughts on “Connotea on the web site

  1. Ian Mulvany


    I’m the product dev manager for Connotea. If you do try out the widget then do let us know how you it works out for you in terms of performance, and any other issues.


    - Ian

  2. Mary

    Oh, yeah–I can see the value of that. I would be able to have that one place to keep the papers that I talk about here on the blog.

    Can you also put them on internal web sites? I’m thinking about the papers I’m collecting for writing the next grant….

Comments are closed.