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: Slainte
- Developer: Gillian Hanlon
- Institution: Swiss Academic Software
- Developer: Swiss GmbH
- Institution: Credo Reference
- Developer: Nancy King
- Institution: Ocean-7 Development
- Developer: Mark Alhadeff
- Institution: Eduserv
- Developer: Andy Powell
- Institution: ImagineEasy Solutions
- Developer: Neal Taparia
- Institution: ERIC - Education Resources Information Center
- Developer: Jane Atwell
- Institution: Goodreads
- Developer: Patrick Brown
- Institution: MatchWare
- Developer: Ulrik Merrild
- Institution: RefWorks
- Developer: Colleen Stempien
Ask Scotland is an online information service that lets you get real answers from real people.
Created by the company Swiss Academic Software, Citavi assists with reference management and knowledge organization.
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.
This application using the xISBN web services to help locate ebooks.
EasyBib offers a simple, easy and free way for students to create bibliographies and get citations, automatically.
ERIC provides Find in a Library links in records that contain an ISSN or ISBN.
OCLC and Goodreads, the world's largest site for readers and book recommendations, have teamed up to provide greater visibility on the Web for public libraries.
MindView is a a mind-mapping tool tailored to suit the needs of students in an academic environment produced by MatchWare.
Through the OpenURL Gateway in the WorldCat Registry, RefShare “owners” can change the OpenURL link in their shared folder to point to their up-to-date WorldCat Registry information.