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LibData was designed as a local data warehouse for public and academic libraries. It provides authoring environments for the construction of subject pathfinders, course related web pages, and all-purpose pages in outline (parent- child) format. The pages may be customized independently for look and feel with headers, footers, and CSS files to give them individual themes. LibData's main strength is in creating a data ware house of reusable and searchable page elements such as resources, libraries, library services, etc. Developed (and currently in production) at the University of Minnesota Libraries, It has generated a fair amount of interest from other institutions.


Please refer to the project site at LibData is fairly well-documented (over 30 pages and E-R diagram are included with the distribution).


Download version 1.02 (stable)
released on 4 December 2003


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GPLv2Janet Casey12 December 2003

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Paul Bramscher Maintainer
Paul Bramscher Contributor

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Software prerequisites

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Required to use PHP
Required to use mySQL
Required to use Apache

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 12 December 2003.


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