I suspect many of you have been testing out ChatGPT and reading a lot about ways to use it. In this post, I want to provide some resources I have been incorporating in my use of ChatGPT.
These resources may be tools you want to use as well.
- ChatGPT for Google: With this Chrome Extension, ChatGPT results will display next to your Google search results.
- WebChatGPT: This Chrome Extension adds current search results to ChatGPT. Without this Extension, ChatGPT is limited to content from 2021 and earlier.
- Merlin: This Chrome Extension summarizes everything from YouTube videos to blog posts. The tool also shows ChatGPT responses next to search results from Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo, and Baidu.
- EngageAI: This is an Extension specifically for LinkedIn.
- YouTube & Article Summary powered by ChatGPT: Similar to Merlin, this Extension summarizes articles and YouTube videos.
I hope you explore all the Chrome Extensions that are available for integration with ChatGPT.
- Prompt Perfect: This plugin helps ChatGPT users refine their prompts to get better results from ChatGPT.
- Wolfram Alpha: With the Wolfram Alpha plugin, ChatGPT can complete higher level math and do much more with data.
- ChatwithPDF: This plugin extracts data from PDFs that are uploaded and uses ChatGPT to analyze the uploaded content.
I only highlighted three plugins, but I encourage you to explore all the plugins that are available.
Dr. Lauren Hays is an Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology at the University of Central Missouri, and a frequent presenter and interviewer on topics related to libraries and librarianship. Please read Lauren’s other posts relevant to special librarians. Take a look at Lucidea’s powerful integrated library systems, SydneyEnterprise, and GeniePlus, used daily by innovative special librarians in libraries of all types, sizes and budgets.
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