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AtoM stands for Access to Memory. It is a web-based, open source application for standards-based archival description and access in a multilingual, multi-repository environment.

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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.

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Biblionarrator turns traditional assumptions about cataloging on their heads and makes catalogs (and cataloging) fun again. This catalog has been designed for bibliophile and bibliographer alike and offers unprecedented flexibility and power in that most important of all tasks, bibliographic description.

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FromThePage is free software that allows volunteers to transcribe handwritten documents on-line. It's easy to index and annotate subjects within a text using a simple, wiki-like mark-up. Users can discuss difficult writing or obscure words within a page to refine their transcription. The resulting text is hosted on the web, making documents easy to read and search.

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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.

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OpenRequest is a pure java component which assists in the construction, deployment, operation and support of distributed document request and mediation services. The engine provides a standards conformant ISO ILL ( ISO 10161 ) protocol stack, advanced request routing / queuing mechanisms and a request management / tracking database.

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Qubit is a generic information management toolkit that can be used by organizations and projects to make community-specific, web-based cataloging applications. Qubit provides a range of common web application features as well as support for professional metadata standards.

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The BookReader was developed by the Internet Archive and open source contributors to provide online access to scanned books. The Internet Archive has more than 1,000,000 scanned books available to read online. The BookReader is also used to provide access to materials from many other organizations.

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The Library à la Carte Content Management System (CMS) enables librarians to easily and quickly create dynamic web pages that integrate Web 2.0 features, such as chat and RSS feeds, with traditional library content, such as catalogs and article databases. Library à la Carte is a free open-source solution for libraries by libraries.

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Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources. Zotero is a Firefox plugin and a standalone application.

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