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Applications, code libraries and more
- Institution: The University of the West
- Developer: Judy Hsu
- Institution: Notre Dame
- Developer: Eric Morgan
- Institution: University of Washington
- Developer: Peter Leonard
- Institution: Powerhouse Museum, Australia
- Developer: Luke Dearnley
- Institution: Triangle Research Library Network
- Developer: Derek Rodriguez
- Institution: Johns Hopkins University
- Developer: Jonathan Rochkind
- Institution: Villanova University
- Developer: Demian Katz
- Institution: OCLC Research
- Developer: JD Shipengrover
- Developer: Bruce Washburn
Links from the local catalog that help the user find more works by the same author through a link to WorldCat Identities, and a link to find the item in nearby libraries through linking to WorldCat.org via the permalink for each item—the OCLC number.
This application takes first and last name and returns a list of matching authorized names along with a set of subject headings for the items each author has written.
This mash up, built during the WorldCat Mashathon 2009 in Seattle, takes an index of Ibsen scholarship from journals and conference proceedings and adds authoritativeness from canonical sources.
Presented at the OCLC API Mashathon at the VALA2010 conference in Melbourne, Australia, the Powerhouse Museum uses WorldCat Identities to show additional information about persons associated with objects and archives in their collection.
The Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN) consortia in North Carolina provides their users with ―Related author searches when a user searches by author.
This add-on for VuFind adds functionality which reccomends Names based on name searches and possible Terms based on subject searches.
The WorldCat identities Network allows users to explore the interconnectivity and relationships between WorldCat Identities.
Library created at the WorldCat Mashathon Amsterdam.