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|3DHOP (3D Heritage Online Presenter)
|ADIGRES is a powerful cross-platform Document Management System written in Java.
|ArchivesSpace is the next-generation web-based archives information management system, designed by archivists and supported by diverse archival repositories.
|Archon automatically publishes archival descriptive information and digital archival objects in a user-friendly website.
|To make audio and its interpretations more discoverable and usable by extending the use of the newest IIIF (International Image Interoperability Framework) standard for audio with the development of the AudiAnnotate web application, documented workflows and workshops that will facilitate the use of existing best-of-breed, open source tools for audio annotation (Sonic Visualiser), for public code and document repositories (GitHub), and audio presentation (Universal Viewer) to produce, publish, and sustain shareable W3C Web Annotations for individual and collaborative audio projects.
|CollectiveAccess is web-based software to catalogue, manage, and publish museum and archival collections.
|Processing and access to email accounts
|Browser-based viewer for digital objects
|A software suite supporting archives with preservation of digital information for eternity
|DSpace is an institutional repository system which enables easy deposit, preservation, and access for all types of digital content.
|Framework for packaging the database Representation Information and pre-configured user-friendly access. Different combinations of Content Data Objects are supported by an automated deployment mechanism. Enables access to the archived databases in the archive reading room for non-technical users.
|DiPS (Digital Preservation Solution)
|DiPS (OAIS compliant Digital Preservation Solution)
|djatoka is open source Java software that builds upon a rich set of APIs and libraries to provide a service framework for the dynamic dissemination of JPEG 2000 image files.
|ePADD is a software package developed by Stanford University's Special Collections & University Archives that supports archival processes around the appraisal, ingest, processing, discovery, and delivery of email archives.
|EPrints is an open access digital repository software, which is intended to create a highly configurable web-based repository.
|Tool, language and decoders for working with binary data.
|A suite of software for building and distributing digital library collections
|IIIF (International Image Interoperability Framework)
|A set of APIs, tools and protocols for manipulating and providing interoperable access to digital images
|IIPImage is an advanced high-performance imaging server and client for web-based streamed remote visualization of ultra resolution scientific imagery.
|IN-SPIRE Visual Document Analysis
|IN-SPIRE Visual Document Analysis is powerful information visualization software developed by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
|InBoxer is a next generation email archiving, IM archiving, e-discovery, and policy management system.
|LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe)
|LOCKSS software allows libraries to create preserved digital collections out of materials that would otherwise be accessible only through a licensed academic subscription.
|Levels of Born-Digital Access
|A tiered set of recommendations that help guide organizations in the planning and implementation of born-digital access provisions.
|Library of Congress Newspaper Viewer
|The Library of Congress Newspaper Viewer is a web application used to ingest and view digitized newspaper pages meeting the National Digital Newspaper Program specification.
|A web application for human-friendly exploration of Archivematica METS files
|MPP Viewer is a viewer for Microsoft Project files
|Micr’Olonys is the software solution for long-term passive digital archiving on film and paper.
|Chrome extension that uses Memento to indicate that a page a user is viewing on the live web has an archived copy and to give the user access to the copy
|An open source tool for accessing and exploring web archives through emulated legacy browsers.
|Omeka is a free open source web-publishing platform for the display of library, museum, archives, and scholarly collections and exhibitions.
|A free open-source WebGL based point cloud renderer for large point clouds.
|QGIS is a Free and Open Source GIS application that supports a wide range of raster and vector spatial data types.
|Recollections is a free open source platform for generating and customizing views (interactive maps, timelines, facets, tag clouds) that allow scholars, librarians, and curators to explore digital collection.
|The ResCarta Tools software empowers users to create non-proprietary digital objects with LOC standard METS, MODS, MIX and AudioMD metadata from existing TIFF, JPEG, PDF and WAV data through user-friendly interfaces.
|Ex Libris Rosetta enables institutions to preserve and provide access to the collections in their care.
|SIARDexcerpt is a Java-based application that searches and extracts individual records of SIARD files.
|Exhibit lets you easily create web pages with advanced text search and filtering functionalities, with interactive maps, timelines, and other visualizations.
|Open source 3D explorer and authoring tool suite with a 3D viewer web component to be used for dissemination of 3D data.
|SobekCM is a digital repository and digital scholarship/publishing system which enables easy deposit, preservation, and access for all types of digital content, tailored to the needs of galleries, libraries, archives, museums, scholars, and researchers.
|TweetSets provides a web interface that allows users to (1) select from existing datasets; (2) limit the dataset by querying on keywords, hashtags, and other parameters; (3) generate and download dataset derivatives such as the list of tweet ids and mention nodes/edges.
|Voyeur is a web-based text analysis environment that can use texts in a variety of formats, from different locations to perform lexical analysis, export data to other tools, and embed live tools into remote websites.
|WERA (Web ARchive Access)
|WERA (Web ARchive Access) is a freely available solution for searching and navigating archived web document collections.
|The Wayback Machine is a powerful search and discovery tool for use with collections of Web site "snapshots" collected through Web harvesting, usually with Heritrix (ARC or WARC files).
|Web Recorder Player
|A tool that replays WARC files on your local computer.
|WordHoard is an application for the close reading and scholarly analysis of deeply tagged texts.