Firefox Library Search Plugins

Install any of the Search Plugins to your Firefox search bar by clicking the install link. A search plugin allows you to access a search engine right from the search box on the Firefox toolbar.

SUMMIT Search Plugin

SUMMIT Keyword Search Plugin by Tom Keays (Syracuse University)

This plugin performs an Advanced Search in SUMMIT using "keyword anywhere" on "all of these" words. It accepts normal "?" truncation and joins words with explicit "ANDs". Phrase searching is ignored.

SUMMIT Bib ID Search Plugin by Tom Keays (Syracuse University)

This plugin performs a search on an internal bibliographic ID number. Probably not too useful to most people, though it is worth noting that the New book RSS feeds use this number to link to records in SUMMIT.

SUL Ejournal Search Plugin

SUL Ejournal Search Plugin by Tom Keays (Syracuse University)

This plugin searches the Ejournal Locator by title word using "Contains" search logic.

SUL Ejournal ISSN Search Plugin by Tom Keays (Syracuse University)

Proxied Database Search Plugins

IEEExplore Search Plugin by Tom Keays (Syracuse University)

Other Search Plugins

arXiv.org Fulltext Search Plugin by Tom McAvoy (World-wide)

Chemistry Book Orders Search Plugin by Tom Keays (Syracuse University)

Chemistry Ejournals Search Plugin by Tom Keays (Syracuse University)

Chemistry Ejournals ISSN Search Plugin by Tom Keays (Syracuse University)

ChemRefer Plugin by Tom Keays (World-wide)

CiteSeer Search Plugin by James Riely (World-wide)

Google Books Search Plugin (World-wide)

Google Scholar Search Plugin (World-wide)

GPO Monthly Catalog Search Plugin by Tom Keays (World-wide)

NinjaWords Dictionary Search Plugin by Tom Keays (World-wide)

OnLib Keyword Search Plugin by Tom Keays (World-wide)

WorldCat.org Search Plugin by OCLC (World-wide)

Scirus Search Plugin by Alex Plakantonakis (World-wide)

USGS Publications Search Plugin by Tom Keays (World-wide)

For More Information

For a clear explanation that will let you dive straight in, read the tutorial "How to create a Firefox Search Plugin - OpenWorldCat". For all the gory details, Mozilla keeps a directory of many of the widely used plugins as well as lots more information at their Mycroft project website.