Librarika (http://librarika.com) is a SaaS (software as a service) based smart Integrated Library System (ILS) that is deployed on the Cloud. OPAC is built on each Librarika libraries with easy to manage functionalities. Its a relatively new platform with huge potentials, lots of features are still in development.
BitCurator is a research and open source software development project designed to bring digital forensics tools and techniques to Libraries, Archives, Museums (LAMs), and other collecting institutions.
This is a C# library which contains classes for working in memory with MARC records ( http://www.loc.gov/marc/ ). This allows records to be read from MarcXML and Marc21 formats. Once in memory any field or subfield can be edited, added, or deleted. Then the record can be queried or saved again in either a MarcXML or Marc21 file format.
SobekCM allows users to discover online resources via semantic and full-text searches, as well as a variety of different browse mechanisms. For each digital resource in the repository there are a plethora of display options, which may be selected by an appropriately authenticated use.
This tool is free-standing and allows the creation of METS from a folder of items. It additionally allows the user to enter all of the bibliographic information, and assign page names and divisions to the structure map.
ExSite9 is a cross-platform Java desktop application, built using Eclipse RCP, that will allow researchers to indentify their research data files, "tag" their data files with descriptive metadata, and package their data files and associated metadata ready for submission to repositories.
Archivematica is a free and open-source digital preservation system that is designed to maintain standards-based, long-term access to collections of digital objects.
Pdf-extract is an open source set of tools and libraries for identifying and extracting semantically significant regions of a scholarly journal article (or conference proceeding) PDF. The pdf-extract tools allow you to identify and extract the individual references from a scholarly journal article.
CollectiveAccess is a highly configurable cataloguing tool and web-based application for museums, archives and digital collections.
he eXtensible Text Framework (XTF) is a powerful open source platform for providing access to digital content. Developed and maintained by the California Digital Library (CDL), XTF functions as the primary access technology for the CDL’s digital collections and other digital projects worldwide.