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Greenstone

Greenstone

Greenstone is a comprehensive digital library creation, management, and distribution package developed and distributed by the New Zealand Digital Library Project.

This application aims to empower users, particularly in universities, libraries, and other public service institutions to build their own digital libraries (to avoid being read-only societies). Digital libraries are radically reforming how information is disseminated and acquired in UNESCO's partner communities and institutions in the fields of education, science and culture around the world, and especially in developing countries.

 Greestone 2.86 / 3.05

Price
Free to download

Size
73.7MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
University of Waikato

Website
www.greenstone.org
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System Requirements
Java Runtime Environment
Webserver
ImageMagick
Perl 5.8.9

Support:
Blog, Manuals, FAQ, Wiki, Planet Greenstone, Forum, Mailing Lists, Building up a Digital Library with Greenstone, SourceForge Project Page

Selected Reviews: 

Features include:

  • Easy to install and customise
  • Graphical User interface for building / managing collections
  • Supports multiple file types including DOC, PDF, MP3 and JPG
  • Full-text and fielded searching:
    • Full text
    • Wildcard
    • Boolean
    • Cross-collection
  • Automatic creation of access structures
  • Customised formatting
  • z39.50 protocol support
  • Supports multiple languages
  • Supports several metadata sets
  • Customisable metadats with a metadata editor
  • Metadata-driven digital libraries
  • Flexible browsing:
    • Hierarchy
    • List
    • Generic
  • Access controls - password protection

Greenstone in action

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