Online Public Access Catalog

The suite of programs retrieves bibliographic data and Open Library pages for a set of identified books, organizes these for selection based on quality, and makes appropriate changes to the MARC records based on the library's requirements. In addition, statistics about book downloads are obtained via simple integration with the bit.ly URL shortening service.

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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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Drupac allows libray to make drupal their OPAC.

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Most libraries that allow their books to be borrowed have at least one circulation desk (also known as an issue desk). The library users choose books to borrow and then take them to the desk where a member of library staff checks out, or issues, the books.

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Ceridwen Library Self Issue Software

Most libraries that allow their books to be borrowed have at least one circulation desk (also known as an issue desk). The library users choose books to borrow and then take them to the desk where a member of library staff checks out, or issues, the books.

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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 package intend to allow OPAC at Joomla! CMS. This is a Joomla! component and must be used side by side with OpenBiblio.

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XC Software Suite
eXtensible Catalog is open source, user-centered, next generation software for libraries. It comprises four software components that can be used independently to address a particular need or combined to provide an end-to-end discovery system to connect library users with resources.

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Aristotle is a bibliographic Django project for creating discovery and management of born digital and physical artifacts. Aristotle uses a number of other open-source toolset including EULFedora, EULXML, Sunburnt, and PyMARC. For the Discovery interface, Aristotle uses a forked version of the Kochief Django application.

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