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Navigate sequences of images in a zoomable, extensible interface.

The player:

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Tools for reading MARC records, transforming them with indexing rules, and indexing to Solr. Might be used to index MARC data for a Solr-based discovery product like Blacklight or VUFind.

Traject might also be generalized to a set of tools for getting structured data from a source, and sending it to a destination.

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Shelflife is a community-based wayfinding tool for navigating the vast resources of the combined Harvard Library System. It enables researchers, teachers, scholars, and students to find what they need and help others learn from them and their paths.

Dual licensed under the MIT license and GPL license.

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Shelf.io helps you build and share shelves of books, movies, albums, and most anything on the web. Add things to Shelf.io using the Shelf.io Bookmark

Shelf.io is a project of the Harvard Library Innovation Lab.

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Provides a ruby library for processing Machine Readable Cataloging (MARC) bibliographic data.

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PHP module for reading and writing MARC records in both transport (z39.2) and plain-text mnemonic formats.

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Library Management Software System will be an online and mobile service to help people and public libraries to automate all activities. PhotonSoft Ltd. plan LMSS to be world's largest library network and social space with Internet/WAP communication tools

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Stack View is a book visualization and browsing tool. This jQuery plugin turns metadata into a browsable stack of books.

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The Simple LOCKSS Gateway is a lightweight solution for integrating a LOCKSS box into your campus access infrastructure. It is intended specifically for providing access to Open Access resources that are preserved in LOCKSS boxes, since it does not require (or even support) authentication mechanisms, unlike Ezproxy or other dedicated remote-access solutions.

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Next-L Enju is a open source ILS developed by Project Next-L, a librarian community in Japan. It has following components;

  • Cataloging
  • Patron management
  • Circulation
  • OAI-PMH provider
  • Reference management
  • Import and export bibliographic records (CSV/XML)

Almost all components have RESTful Web API.

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