Discover new ways to delight your library's users and save time for staff, or get inspired to build your own solutions as you explore the work that libraries and partners have already shared.
Applications, code libraries and more
- Institution: Wageningen University
- Developer: Peter Boheemen
- Institution: Swiss Academic Software
- Developer: Swiss GmbH
- Institution: Miami University
- Developer: Rob Casson
- Institution: OCLC Research
- Developer: Bruce Washburn
- Institution: Credo Reference
- Developer: Nancy King
- Institution: Ocean-7 Development
- Developer: Mark Alhadeff
- Institution: ImagineEasy Solutions
- Developer: Neal Taparia
- Institution: Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Developer: Piotr Adamczyk
- Institution: Montana State University
- Developer: Jason Clark
- Institution: Paul Smith College
- Developer: Mike Beccaria
The “Also available at” sidebar in the Wageningen UR Library Catalogue development site uses the WorldCat Search API and the WorldCat Registry OpenURL Gateway to display a location-sensitive listing for other WorldCat libraries who also hold the item.
Created by the company Swiss Academic Software, Citavi assists with reference management and knowledge organization.
This application uses the WorldCat Search API in order to provide users with citations in various formats.
A Facebook app that delivers formatted citations from WorldCat from right within Facebook.
If your library has Credo Reference Topic Pages, you can add WorldCat data to them and customize the results using the WorldCat Search API.
Designers and Books.com is devoted to publishing lists of books that esteemed members of the design community identify as personally important, meaningful, and formative—books that have shaped their values, their worldview, and their ideas about design.
EasyBib offers a simple, easy and free way for students to create bibliographies and get citations, automatically.
Using museum data exchange formats and Yahoo Pipes, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is prototyping online collection entries that include bibliographic data via the WorldCat Search API, books by and about artists using WorldCat Identities, and extended search terms from the OCLC Terminologies Service.
Feed Me Some WorldCat lets you track the latest items to be entered into WorldCat through a simple keyword/topic search.
This application adds a "find similar journals" link to the journal A-Z list as well as a peer reviewed indicator for journals which are peer reviewed.