A highly-scalable software for libraries that helps library patrons find library materials, and helps libraries manage, catalog, and circulate those materials, no matter how large or complex the libraries.
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OpenWayback is an open source Java application designed to query and access archived web material. It was first released by the Internet Archive in September 2005, based on the (then) perl-based Internet Archive Wayback Machine, to enable public distribution of the application and increase its maintainability and extensibility.
The Library Instruction Recorder (LIR) is a WordPress plugin designed to record library instruction classes and provide statistical reports. It is simple, easy-to-use, and intuitive.
Scripto is an open source documentary transcription tool written in PHP. It features a lightweight library that interfaces MediaWiki and potentially any content management system that serves transcribable resources, including text, still image, moving image, and audio files.
OHMS is an open source, web-based application designed to improve the user experience you provide for oral history, no matter what CMS or repository you use. There are 2 main components of the OHMS system
The suite of programs retrieves bibliographic data and Open Library pages for a set of identified books, organizes these for selection based on quality, and makes appropriate changes to the MARC records based on the library's requirements. In addition, statistics about book downloads are obtained via simple integration with the bit.ly URL shortening service.
It works with the following image formats: Deep Zoom Images (DZI), Open Street Maps (OSM), Tiled Map Services (TMS), and the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF), among others.
Sufia is a component that adds self-deposit institutional repository features to a Rails app. Sufia is created with Ruby on Rails and builds on the Hydra Framework.
Sufia has the following features:
Scholarly researchers today are increasingly required to engage in a range of data management activities to comply with institutional policies, or as a precondition for publication or grant funding. Data management plans are now a standard part of grant proposals for most funding agencies.