Yesterday Google Scholar Blog announced the launch of Google Scholar Library, a feature that allows a user to:
. . . save articles right from the search page, organize them by topic, and use the power of Scholar’s full-text search to quickly find just the one you want – at any time and from anywhere . . .
You’re able to use “labels” to organize the material you’ve saved to your library.
A user must log in to Google and via this link activate the Library feature.
This is clearly of potential benefit to the profession, because Scholar’s database includes patents, legal journal articles, and much US case law, not to mention historical and social science material.