calibre is a free and open source e-book library management application developed by users of e-books for users of e-books. It has a cornucopia of features divided into the following main categories:
Electronic Resource Management
SMDB is a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, Perl) system. It uses its own module called webUtil to deal with web forms and templates. Combining webUtil with a couple of other Perl modules to deal with cookies and communication with mySQL database, you can build web applications very fast.
What is SMDB
An open source Electronic Resource Management (ERM) tool.
ERMes is a Microsoft Access database that requires Access 2007 (Windows) or Access 2008 (Mac) to operate. As of May 2010, ERMes is not compatible OpenOffice 3.2.1.
E-Matrix is the locally developed serial and electronic resource management system in use at the NCSU Libraries. This tool acknowledges that the issues associated with electronic resources mirror those that face our serial collection as a whole, regardless of format.
reSearcher is an award-winning integrated suite of open source products for locating and managing electronic information resources, designed for use by students and researchers in academic libraries. The four main modules of reSearcher are:
Categorize and keep track of your books by Library of Congress format. Automatically add new information from the Library of Congress or Amazon whenever you add a new book. Plain output appearance, but robust functionality under the hood.
Esciurus is (or rather, will be) a desktop application that allows you to build and maintain your personal collection of e-books, in particular scientific publications. It will store not only these papers, but also associated metadata (author, title, bibliographic information, etc.), allowing for fast and intuitive retrieval.
SUSHI Py is a short Python class that allows libraries and other organizations to harvest COUNTER statistics via the NISO SUSHI protocol. SUSHI Py is capable of reading a list of SUSHI services from a CSV file or a MySQL database, and it can likewise write the resulting COUNTER report to a CSV file or a MySQL database.
FreERMS is an Electronic Resource Management System loosely based on recommendations in the Report of the Digital Library Federation ERM Initiative, and written in PHP using the symfony framework.