The ResCarta Toolkit is professional grade software designed to build and organize your digital collections.
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.
Scriblio (formerly WPopac) is an award winning, free, open source CMS and OPAC with faceted searching and browsing features based on WordPress. Scriblio is a project of Plymouth State University, supported in part by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Libstats provides a simple way for library reference & service desks to track statistics on the number of questions asked, as well as build a simple knowledge base.
Libki is a Computer Kiosk Management system. Libki is used to allow time limited access to computers on a network.
LibraryH3lp combines web-chat, IM (natively Jabber/XMPP, with gateways to other networks such as AIM, Yahoo!, and Google Talk), patron queuing, and message routing into an integrated help desk system.
The Archivists’ Toolkit™, or the AT, is the first open source archival data management system to provide broad, integrated support for the management of archives. It is intended for a wide range of archival repositories. The main goals of the AT are to support archival processing and production of access instruments, promote data standardization, promote efficiency, and lower training costs.
Omeka is a free, flexible, and open source web-publishing platform for the display of library, museum, archives, and scholarly collections and exhibitions. Its “five-minute setup” makes launching an online exhibition as easy as launching a blog.
VuFind is a library resource portal designed and developed for libraries by libraries.
The goal of VuFind is to enable your users to search and browse through all of your library's resources by replacing the traditional OPAC to include:
Blacklight is a free and open source Ruby on Rails based discovery interface (a.k.a. “next-generation catalog”) especially optimized for heterogeneous collections. You can use it as a library catalog, as a front end for a digital repository, or as a single-search interface to aggregate digital content that would otherwise be siloed.