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CollectiveAccess is free open-source software for managing and publishing museum and archival collections.

The two main components of CollectiveAccess are Providence, the core cataloguing and data management application, and Pawtucket, an optional "front-end" publication and discovery platform.

Features:

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Breaks down the research process into pre-defined steps. Users enter a start date and end date for an assignment and the Assignment Calculator will compute the dates s/he needs to complete each step. Written by the University of Minnesota Libraries.

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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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MarcXimiL  is a free, flexible, fully standards-compliant and efficient bibliographic similarity analysis framework. MarcXimiL comes out of the box with generic predefined similarity strategies. However, strategies may be customized in a flexible way:

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The marc2frbr tool supports the conversion of records in the MARC format to a normalized set of records based on the FRBR model. The tool is implemented in XSLT.

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Digitization Metadata Editor is a Content Management System for Digital Libraries. It's a complex web-based system supporting all essential steps in the development of the digital library.

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VL4Moodle (Virtual Library for Moodle) consists in a block that provides the basics functionalities of a library in a virtual environment such as Moodle.

This component allows you to create and maintain a digital bibliographic catalog with support for the MARC21 Formats.

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pyCatalog is a Python, MySQL, wxPython, Reportlab application specifically usable in library and information centers. It simply produces book catalog and card catalog in pdf format rendered using reportlab. The program takes MARC file as its source data.

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OPACIAL is an open source Web 2.0 Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC). It is based on PHP-Mysql (requires Yaz and GD). The users can insert their own social tags/opinions and have a faceted search/browse interface (also using social tags).

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This librarian project aims to collect images of book cover pages allowing users (libraries) to integrate them to their WebOPAC. Particular images are acquired by scanning book covers by participating libraries or downloaded from co-operating publishers. The project has been developed and is being used by a large number of Czech libraries - its main strength being its collaborative nature.

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