Please send information about Z39.50 projects to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- EDINA GetRef service
(Previously the Xgrain project.) A
broker service to remote Z39.50 and other services.
- Sigla: Search in Libraries
A free, scalable world-wide
Z39.50 search portal, at Sigla, a virtual union catalogue
of the world. It is based on a Moscow
State University Scientific Library's project to
develop an adaptable and highly scalable world-wide Z39.50
searching engine that allows you to search more than 1400 catalogs
Z39.50-International: Next Generation. Covers SRW/U, CQL, ZOOM, ez3950,
- Scandinavian Virtual
Union Catalogue Completed
- ONE Open Network in
A Z39.50 and ILL project to exploit the results from ONE (OPAC Network
in Europe) and to extend those results to Item Ordering, Inter Library
Lending, Copy Cataloguing and Update, and Electronic Document Delivery.
A natural language interface (German) for parallel search in bibliographic
data bases, developed at the FernUniversität Hagen, Germany.
WWW-Z39.50 gateway for German libraries. The user can search in several
databases in parallel. Duplicates are recognized; and a short list
of matches without double entries is offered.
- MALVINE (Manuscripts and Letters
via Integrated networks in Europe)
(and related projects)
- PROmemoria - Multi Media Cultural
PRO memoria Opera Aperta
- RIDING Project
eLib project, providing a Z39.50 gateway to libraries in Yorkshire
and Humberside to create a distributed union catalogue.
- M25 Link Project
To provide transparent access to M25 Library OPACs using the M25 Web
Guide and Z39.50 search techniques.
- SILO: State of Iowa Libraries Online
An Evaluation of
Z39.50 within the SILO Project
Blue Angel Technologies, Inc.
Research project based at University of Bradford, Department of Computing
The eLib Phase 3 Programme
Co-operative Academic Information Retrieval Network for Scotland
Canadian Union Catalogue Project
Moving to Distributed Environments for Library Services;
UK Office of Library Networking.
projects involving Z39.50
Compiled by Rosemary Russell of the UK Office of Library Networing