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Library Information Technology Solution Gallery

A detailed list of our shared code is available here.  Major projects are described below.

Solution Gallery: Code Sharing

Georgetown's Library Information Technology group benefits from a number of open-source software projects. The department is eager to share our custom solutions with other institutions. Please check out our Solution Gallery.


File Analyzer and Metadata Harvester

The File Analyzer is a general purpose desktop (and command line) tool designed to automate simple, file-based operations. The File Analyzer assembles a toolkit of tasks a user can perform. The tasks that have been written into the File Analyzer code base have been optimized for use by libraries, archives, and other cultural heritage institutions.

DSpace REST Reports

Rich Quality Control Reporting for DSpace Collection Owners

DSpace Batch Tools

Web-based tools for DSpace content owners that run independent of your user-facing instance. Enforce your metadata standards while Hiding the Command Line from your content owners!

Library SuperSearch Drupal Module

This Drupal module provides a federated search experience across selected library resources: Drupal, Library Guides, and DSpace. Summon support coming soon!

Extract Sierra Bibs

The Georgetown University Libraries provide quarterly, monthly, and daily extracts our catalog data to the Washington Regional Library Consortium (WRLC). Prior to the creation of this program, these files were generated by our Systems Librarian using Sierra client functionality. This program was written in order to reduce the staff time required to produce these data files and to increase the frequency of delivery of these files.



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