|AskREF: Search QuestionPoint Knowledgebase||
This application allows users to search the QuestionPoint Knowledge Base by keyword and retrieves questions which contain that keyword. A user can then view the answer to a particular question or see related terms retrieved from the Terminology Services Web service Library of Congress Subject Headings Vocabulary based on the keyword submitted.
|Jason Clark, Montana State University Library|
|Digital Library Program||
A prototype using the experimental OCLC Terminologies Service for the Digital Library Program's collections. A query is expanded and broader, and related terms are suggested.
|Michael Durbin, Indiana University|
|Extending Online Museum Collections||
Using museum data exchange formats and Yahoo Pipes, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is prototyping online collection entries that include bibliographic data via the WorldCat Search API, books by and about artists using WorldCat Identities, and extended search terms from the OCLC Terminologies Service
|Piotr Adamczyk, Metropolitan Museum of Art|
|Keyword Suggester on Drupal||
Created during the WorldCat Hackathon 2008 in New York, this application seeks new ways of enhancing the quality of folksonomic tags by offering users suggestions from controlled vocabularies like MESH.
|Chad Fennell, University of Minnesota|
MARCEdit uses two different OCLC web services: Classify and Terminology Services. The program uses the Classify web services to batch create classify a set of records. In addition, when users create a single record they can use the Terminology Services to find an appropriate authorized terms to assign to that record.
|Terry Reese, Oregon State University Library|
This application allows you to enter a term and search Library of Congress Subject Headings for broader and narrower terms using OCLC Terminology Services
|Eric Lease Morgan, Notre Dame|
|VuFind Reccomender Module||
This add-on for VuFind adds functionality which reccomends Names based on name searches and possible Terms based on subject searches. The name reccomendation feature is powered by WorldCat Identities which provides related authors as well as subject headings which are associated with that author. The subject reccomendation feature is powered by Terminology Services which provides broader and narrower subjects as well as related subjects.
|Demian Katz, Villanova University|
The OCLC Developer Network supports the use of OCLC Web Services—a set of tools and APIs that expose data and services for WorldCat and our member libraries and partner institutions or companies. learn more »
© 2010 OCLC Domestic and international trademarks and/or service marks of OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc. and its affiliates