The cool tool recommendation this week is Google Drive Research Tool – a feature within Google Drive that simplifies the search and access to academic papers, articles, and other research materials.
With this tool, you can search for research papers, articles, and other academic materials and preview them without leaving Google Drive. You can access and organize research materials using the tool’s simple interface, and save documents directly to your Google Drive accounts for easy sharing and access.
In addition to keyword searches, the Google Drive Research tool integrates with Google Scholar – a search engine for academic and scholarly literature. It allows users to search for research materials based on author, title, publication, and other criteria, making it a powerful tool for students, researchers, and academics who need to access and organize large amounts of research materials.
How to access the tool
To access the Google Drive Research tool, you need to have a Google account and access to Google Drive.
- Log in to your Google Drive account.
- In the Google Drive main menu, click on the “New” button and select “Google Docs”.
- In the Google Docs editor, click on the “Tools” menu and select “Explore”.
- The Google Drive Research tool will open in the side panel of your screen. You can start searching for research materials by entering keywords or phrases in the search bar.
Note: The Google Drive Research tool may not be available in all regions or languages. Additionally, it is a feature within Google Docs, so you need to start a new Google Docs document in order to access it.