LibraryFind is an open source metasearch application developed by librarians for libraries, built with Ruby on Rails.
Among its current features are:
- Built-in OpenURL resolver
- 2-click find workflow
- Ability to locally index collections
- Web-based administration
- 3-tiered caching system (to improve speed of searches)
- Customizable user interface
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