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LibraryFind is an open source metasearch application developed by librarians for libraries, built with Ruby on Rails.

Some Current Features:

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libxess is a collection of server-side proxies that provide a Marc-XML/REST based interface to the records and holdings of legacy catalogs such as Innopac/III Millennium.

libxess consists of a web service API and a set of implementations.

The web services API is based on unAPI.

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Librarian DB is a simple Web based library management system that keeps track of the books in a library. It tracks book title, ISBN, categories, etc... It permits adding/deleting/updating/searching. It is extremely flexible and extendible.

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Masterkey: Drupal (MkDru) is an open source module for the Drupal CMS that embeds a fully themable metasearch interface. It can perform queries against one or more Z39.50, SRU/SRW and SOLR targets via Pazpar2, our likewise open search daemon. More sophisticated target management and other functionality can be obtained through integration with the MasterKey platform.

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Metaproxy is a proxy front end server that presents a single Z39.50/SRW/SRU front end to multiple back end database servers. It can also work in conjunction with Index Data's library of gateways to access non-standard database servers.

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Kochief is a discovery interface for local and remote collections. Records are indexed in Solr and presented with the Django web framework. Tools are in development for the management of a local catalog.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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