SubjectsPlus – manage several interrelated parts of your library website

SubjectsPlus is a free and open source tool to help manage interrelated parts of a library website.

It allows users to manage:

  • Research Guides (i.e. subject, course, etc.)
  • Database A-Z List
  • Staff List
  • FAQs
  • Suggestion Box
  • Videos (i.e. produced in-library)

The subject guides can be created by librarians with no technical knowledge, since much of the operation is via WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editors.

Features include:

  • Customizable – Add your own headers & footers, tweak the layout & css, add data via the API.
  • Create unlimited Research Guides via drag’n’drop interface.
  • Staff List – Sorted A-Z, By Department, By Librarian.
  • Database List – A-Z, By Format, By Subject.
  • FAQs – Store your FAQs in one handy place, integrate them anywhere via API.
  • Suggestion Box – Easy way to display and respond to patron comments; now multi-site.
  • Video Management – Ingest video metadata from YouTube or Vimeo, organize and display in one place on your site.
  • Responsive Design.
  • API – Use your data to ingest data (XML or JSON) into other applications.
  • Talkback with “multi-site” capability.
  • Integration – Include SP data in your Summon search results.
  • Videos module, for 3rd party video management.
  • Internationalization Support.

Website: www.subjectsplus.com
Support:
Developer: Ithaca College Library
License: GNU GPL

SubjectsPlus

SubjectsPlus is written in PHP. Learn PHP with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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