The Platform

A generic web solution for the management of digital and physical collections

Inherently manages ontologies, specified on a scientific field or based on prototypes (e.g. FRBR-FRAD-FRSAD/FRBR LRM, BIB-FRAME, FRBR-OO, e.t.c.)

Offers the ability for the management of your organization collection directly as a semantic and linked open data set.

  • Bibliographic catalog
  • Repository

A perfect fit for

  • Libraries (academic, municipal, public etc)
  • Archives
  • Museums
  • Generic content

Implementations

 
Digital History Repository of Saronikos Municipality

Digital History Repository of Saronikos Municipality

Digital History Repository of Saronikos Municipality

 
Digital Library of Athens Academy

Digital Library of Athens Academy

Digital Library of Athens Academy

 
Digital Repository of Chalkida Municipality Library

Digital Repository of Chalkida Municipality Library

Digital Repository of Chalkida Municipality Library

 
UNIC Institutional Repository

UNIC Institutional Repository

UNIC Repository is an institutional open access archive which includes material related to the research and academic activities of the University of Nicosia.

 
Greek Modern History Repository (Aselis)

Greek Modern History Repository (Aselis)

An online digital archive focusing on political, historical and societal publications regarding Greek Civil War (1946-1949) and the 1940-1949 decade. Implemented on ontology based on the FRBR-FRAD-FRSAD semantic models.

 
AMELib

AMELib

An Accessible Multi-modal Electronic Library. Amelib network hosts all the Academic libraries of Greece, tha National Library of Greece and organisations for the visually impaired. Offers accessible digital content through an equally accessible web application. Implemented on ontology based on the FRBR-FRAD-FRSAD semantic models.

 
NLG - Digital Repository of Newspapers ang magazines

Efimeris Project

NLG - Digital Repository of Newspapers ang magazines

Key Features

Multiple item types

Manages and displays physical and digital items of different formats, such as:

  • bibliographic works and publications
  • musical, iconographic, cinematographic, etc. works
  • archival items
  • academic works
  • events, places
  • persons, organizations, etc.

Multiple forms of digital collections

Suitable for the creation of digital collections in culture management organizations, as a single or unified presentation platform of:

  • bibliographic and established metadata
  • articles in periodicals and newspapers
  • natural archival collections
  • research and academic work of institutions
  • history of local self-government bodies
  • special digital scientific and historical collections, etc.

Ontologies

Inherently manages ontologies, specified in different scientific fields, such as:

  • FRBR-FRAD-FRSAD/LRM
  • BIBFRAME
  • FRBRoo, etc.
  • or special fields (custom made)

Taxonomies

Provides the ability to set specific taxonomies for each installation.


Open source technologies

Based on widespread Open source technologies, such as:

  • Linux,
  • PHP,
  • PostgreSQL,
  • Apache,
  • Laravel,
  • Drupal,
  • SOLR,
  • Node,
  • Readium, etc.

Interoperability

Supports importing and exporting metadata in different types of metadata formats, such as:

  • Dublin Core
  • FOAF
  • MARCXML
  • MODS
  • MADS
  • EAD
  • METS, etc.

Sophisticated and user friendly search

Provides advanced material search and retrieval directory (OPAC) using multiple-choice filters that make it easy to navigate the platform metadata.

Advanced presentation

Provides advanced ways of presenting digital items, such as:

  • Carousel
  • Online book reader
  • Video Players
  • Sound Player
  • Maps

Semantic and Linked Data

Offers the ability to manage collections and their metadata directly as semantically and Linked data.

Z39.50 and Wikidata downloads

Provides the ability to import metadata from other sources, such as:

  • Catalogs of libraries, through the protocol Z39.50
  • Wikipedia, via Wikidata.

AAA accessibility

Offers accessible content search and display screens according to the highest AAA level.

The Team

Kostas Maistrelis

Lead developer

Simos Leonidakos

Developer

Pantelis Brattis

Librarian, Consultant

Thanos Kyritsis

Developer

Nikos Papazis

Developer

Konstantinos Daskalopoulos

Front End Web Developer

Demos

Github

Grab the code from the github project:
Github.com/reasonablegraph