|WorldCat WordPress Widget||
A widget for WordPress that searches WorldCat and returns bibliographic data via the WorldCat Search API and then recombines it with book covers from Amazon, links to previews (when available) in Google Books and reviews from LibraryThing. It displays results in the sidebar of WordPress.
|Karen Coombs, University of Houston Libraries|
|WorldCat World Tour||
Created at the May 2009 WorldCat Mashathon in Amsterdam, WorldCat World Tour is an app that finds artists’ albums through the WorldCat Search API and uses a UK-based streaming music service to play the musical tracks online.
|Julian Cheal, UKOLN|
|WorldShare Acquisitions with Amazon||
The WorldShare Amazon App takes information about orders from the WorldShare Acquisitions web service and combines it with pricing and availability information from Amazon’s Advertising API. Librarians can then see pricing and availability for particular materials and choose to purchase them from Amazon via a cart which is created on the fly. Installation instructions are available here.
|Karen Coombs, OCLC|
WriteCite.com is a site that helps undergraduate and upper secondary high school students create automatic citations online. It was founded by a university lecturer in response to the growth of internet-enabled and non-traditional information sources that still require referencing by today's students. Started in 2009, the site provides citations in APA, Harvard and MLA styles and features a free mobile version, iCite APA that is available for Apple iOS and Android devices.WriteCite provides a way to search the world’s library collections via the WorldCat Search API, as well as library lookup functionality with the WorldCat Registry API.
|Michael Hargreaves, MasterGraphics Pty Ltd|
Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free, easy-to-use Firefox extension to help you collect, manage, and cite your research sources. It lives right where you do your work — in the web browser itself. Zotero uses the WorldCat Registry's OpenURL Gateway as its default resolver. In many cases, it connects automatically to the resource on your campus.
|Trevor Owens, Center for History and New Media|
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