Find with Sam is a Google Chrome extension aimed at creating a better search experience with digital libraries for screen reader users.
- Better, cleaner search pages and results
- Toggle on and off interface
- Supports Google Chrome
- Supports JSTOR and ACM Digital Library
- Better accessibility: hotkeys, voice hints, settings/about page
- Support all other major browsers
- Adds tooltips where it lacks
- Support more major digital libraries
- Open community support for any website
- Send feedback feature
- Install the Extension from Chrome Web Store.
- Browse to a digital library like the JSTOR or ACM Digital Library.
- Click on the orange/grey button to enable or disable Find with Sam. You can also use Alt+S hotkey to toggle it.
- Open an issue to suggest a feature or report a bug!
Load unpacked extensions and contribute your own additions!
- Fork this project and clone it to your computer.
- In Google Chrome, go to chrome://extensions/.
- Check "Developer mode" is ticked.
- Click on "Load unpacked extension..." button and navigate to the folder of this tool.
- Refresh your webpage. If it's supported, you will see an orange circle on the address bar.
findwithsam.cssand reload the extension to see your changes!
- Send us a pull request!
Martin Tomitsch, Design Lab, University of Sydney
Kim Wilson, University of Sydney Library
Xavier Ho, Design Lab, University of Sydney
John Allsopp, Web Directions
Sheron Kerr, Global Access Project
Kylie Colvin, Global Access Project
Katja Forbes, Perceptive Ideas
This project was funded by the auDA Foundation in 2014: http://www.audafoundation.org.au/grant-recipients/2014/university-of-sydney/
Xavier Ho email@example.com
Contributors and Testers are welcome.