- Citelighter launched in fall of 2011 with a host of Evernote-style organization features to help researchers and students, and it has added a new, subscription-based "Pro" version that allows access to millions of academic articles for $10 per month.
- The services comes through a partnership with the publisher Cengage Learning and will pool articles from more than 6,500 sources.
- Plug-in support for Chrome and Safari is also being added.
From the article:
When it comes to conducting research for papers, homework assignments, etc., students primarily turn to the Web for information despite its inherent academic dangers. Naturally, with the diversity of content out there, keeping track of pertinent links and bibliographical data is difficult when jumping from source to source. Citelighter launched in the fall of 2011 to address this problem by creating an academic research platform that helps students save, organize and automatically cite both online and offline content. An Evernote for Education. ...