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- Institution: Paul Smith College
- Developer: Mike Beccaria
- Institution: Washington State University Libraries
- Developer: Al Cornish
- Institution: UCOL (Universal College of Learning), New Zealand
- Developer: Tom Pasley
- Institution: Digital Experience Group, The New York Public Library
- Developer: Mark Matienzo
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.
This app, created during the WorldCat Mashathon 2009 in Seattle, uses the mainstream appeal and popularity of Amazon list feeds (bestsellers, new releases) and mashes them with ISBN numbers in WorldCat, so that the user will go to the library’s copy of the item.
This actionbox/standalone citation feature, built with the WorldCat Search API, is really popular with UCOL first-year students who are new to citing sources.
An open source module for the Python programming language that interacts with the WorldCat Search API and the xISBN/xLCCN/xOCLCNUM/xISSN web services.