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== Repository software surveys ==
 
== Repository software surveys ==
 
* [http://www.rsp.ac.uk/software/surveyresults Repository Software Survey, March 2009] Repository Support Project
 
* [http://www.rsp.ac.uk/software/surveyresults Repository Software Survey, March 2009] Repository Support Project
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* [http://wiki.lib.sun.ac.za/index.php/List_of_Repository_Software List of Repository Software], a part of the [http://wiki.lib.sun.ac.za/index.php/SUNScholar/Practical_guidelines_for_starting_an_institutional_repository_(IR) Practical Guidelines for Starting an Institutional Repository (IR)]

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  • This is a list of free and open-source software for OA repositories, especially for OAI-compliant repositories. When possible, include the name of the individual or organization behind it.



Repository software

  • DAITSS, Florida Center for Library Automation
  • Dienst, Cornell Digital Library Research Group
  • ETD-db, Virginia Tech University Libraries
  • Greenstone, New Zealand Digital Library Project, University of Wankato
  • Invenio, CERN Integrated Digital Library System
  • IRPlus, University of Rochester.
  • Islandora, originally from the University of Prince Edward Island.
  • MOAI. (Can't tell what "MOAI" stands for or who developed it.)
  • MyCoRe. Collaborative software development at several german universities such as Universität Duisburg-Essen, Universität Jena, Universität Leipzig, Universität Rostock and others. "MyCoRe" is an acronym meaning My Content Repository.
  • Omeka, Center for History and New Media, George Mason University
  • OPUS. Originally from the Stuttgart University Library ("OPUS" stands for "Online Publikationsverbund Universität Stuttgart"), OPUS is now developed by a consortium of German university partners in Berlin, Dresden, Saarbrücken, and Stuttgart.
  • WEKO, National Institute of Informatics
  • Zenodo from CERN; runs on Invenio (above)

Repository software wikis

Repository software add-ons

OAI-PMH software

Repository software surveys