Impact of Social Sciences – Standing on the shoulders of the Google giant: Sustainable discovery and Google Scholar’s comprehensive coverage.

Max Kemman provides an overview of the growth and impact of the platform and also looks at why Google Scholar is virtually unrivaled. Read more

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Max Kemman is a PhD Candidate at the University of Luxembourg. His research concerns the scholarly use of digital technology, focusing on how the research practices of historians are influenced by the interaction with digital technology and technologists. To follow his research see his blog at www.maxkemman.nl and his Twitter @MaxKemman.

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