IRSpy maintains a registry of information retrieval targets supporting the standard IR protocol ANSI/NISO Z39.50 (ISO 23950) and the SRU/SRW web services. Each registry entry consists of both database level information, such as the indexes supported for searching and the record syntax and schemas supported for retrieval, and record level metadata such as titles, authors and descriptions.
Esciurus is (or rather, will be) a desktop application that allows you to build and maintain your personal collection of e-books, in particular scientific publications. It will store not only these papers, but also associated metadata (author, title, bibliographic information, etc.), allowing for fast and intuitive retrieval.
This module allow you to import MARC records as nodes, to do things like pre-populating book review sites or even recreating your library's catalog in a rich social environment.
Moodle is an Open Source Course Management System (CMS), also known as a Learning Management System (LMS) or a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). It has become very popular among educators around the world as a tool for creating online dynamic web sites for their students.
dbWiz provides library users with a single interface for searching a wide range of library resources, and returns records in an integrated result listing.
TextCite is a program for organizing and commenting textual citations from texts (books, articles, or other published works) for use in producing scientific or academic publications. You can organize by publication, author, category, or outline.
RefDB is a reference database and bibliography tool for SGML, XML, and LaTeX/BibTeX documents. It allows users to share databases over a network. It is accessible through command-line tools, through a web interface, from text editors (Emacs, Vim), and it contains a SRU server.
Bibwiki is an extension for MediaWiki to manage scientific bibliographies. The bibliographies are stored as plain text files in the common BibTeX format. With Bibwiki you can
BiblioteQ strives to be a professional cataloging and library management suite, utilizing a Qt 4.x interface and providing connectivity to PostgreSQL and SQLite. The Z39.50 protocol is used for retrieving data for books, journals, and magazines. The software is available for all major operating systems and should be compatible with any system that supports Qt.
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.