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Applications, code libraries and more
- Institution: Montana State University Library
- Developer: Jason Clark
- Institution: Indiana University
- Developer: Michael Durbin
- Institution: Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Developer: Piotr Adamczyk
- Institution: University of Minnesota
- Developer: Chad Fennell
- Institution: Ohio State University
- Developer: Terry Reese
- Institution: Notre Dame
- Developer: Eric Morgan
- Institution: Villanova University
- Developer: Demian Katz
This application allows users to search the QuestionPoint Knowledge Base by keyword and retrieves questions which contain that keyword.
A prototype using the experimental OCLC Terminologies Service for the Digital Library Program's collections.
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.
Created during the WorldCat Hackathon 2008 in New York, this application seeks new ways of enhancing the quality of folksonomic tags by offering users suggestions from controlled vocabularies like MESH.
MarcEdit is a free metadata editing suite that provides integration with a number of OCLC webservices and APIs.
This application allows you to enter a term and search Library of Congress Subject Headings for broader and narrower terms using OCLC Terminology Services.
This add-on for VuFind adds functionality which reccomends Names based on name searches and possible Terms based on subject searches.