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 URL shortening service.

An open-source, web-based viewer for zoomable images, implemented in pure JavaScript.

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.

Protégé Desktop is a feature rich ontology editing environment with full support for the OWL 2 Web Ontology Language, and direct in-memory connections to description logic reasoners like HermiT and Pellet.

WebProtégé is a free, open source collaborative ontology development environment for the Web.

It provides the following features:

This plugin implements a simple and basic, web-based, library catalog and circulation system. There are short codes that can be added to pages of a WordPress site to search and display items in the library collection.

Senayan is an open source Library Management System. It is build on Open Source technology including PHP and MySQL. Senayan provides many features such as Bibliography database, Circulation, Membership and much more that will help "automating" library tasks. Senayan can be hosted on Unix/Linux, Windows and Macintosh servers and supports multiple languages.

The Open Local Information Directory (OLID) project is a platform targeted at public library and local government use cases. It is a platform for any organisation wishing to collate, manage and share civic information and then publish/share/search that information in a spatially enabled way.