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Examples of Possible Next Generation Catalogs

Post here any library catalogs or other systems that are interesting and might give people good ideas.

Single Library Catalogs


Union Catalogs


Other Catalogs / Commercial faceted sites



Experiments with FRBR


Catalog Software


Other Related Software

  • Springshare's social networking tools for libraries
  • Solr. Also see this page for an overview of Solr in libraries.
  • Lucene
  • Bungee View Open source visualization-based interface to search, browse, and data-mine image collections.


Comments (4)

Anonymous said

at 7:13 am on Sep 14, 2006

At the Lexington site, DO put in a search for a general topic like "Physics" and check out the galaxy concept of subjects surrounding your search. Then, search another topic and see what happens to your first search topic. Very cool AND: very expensive software. But, excellent for 'Joe Public' to use, I think.
~Mike Keach - Tampa-Hillsborough Public Library

Anonymous said

at 9:35 am on Sep 14, 2006

The E41st site is also wonderful. Really like the faux 500 tag from Amazon that appears when one clicks on a title.

Anonymous said

at 8:35 am on Nov 17, 2006

I just posted our catalog because we have "solved" the FRBR/multiple versions problem using the MARC 21 holdings format to attach manifestations to expression-based records for motion picture and television works.

Anonymous said

at 5:45 pm on Jan 8, 2007

I just split the examples into single library catalogs and union catalogs.

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