A showcase of the libraries, archives and museums we've helped with organizing, managing and searching their collections.
The City of Richmond, B.C., uses Inmagic DB/TextWorks to manage the minutes of council and committee meetings as well as their municipal archives collections. This information, as well as the voting record of each member of the city Council, is publicly searchable and accessible.View Project
Andornot has hosted the Canadian Jewish Heritage Network website and search engine since its inception in 2011. CJHN.ca brings together archival and genealogical resources from seven Jewish archives across Canada, in a single, easy to use search engine. Both archival and genealogical resources searchable together, despite each having quite different data schemas and fields.View Project
The California State Railroad Museum (CSRM) offers researchers, rail fans and the public a search interface to its many separate collections using the Andornot Discovery Interface.View Project
The law library of the Law Society of New Brunswick has just upgraded their library catalogue public search interface to one powered by our Andornot Discovery Interface.View Project
The Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives has both a new name, the ArQuives, and a new search engine for their collections, but since 1973, has been acquiring and preserving material documenting LGBTQ2+ history in Canada.View Project
The Canadian Medical Association publishes policies and briefs on a wide range of health topics, representing the position of the CMA's members. This database has long been available online, but is now powered by our Andornot Discovery Interface.View Project
The Manitoba Law Library has launched a new online catalogue featuring not only their print and electronic library resources, but a collection of over 17,500 judgments from Manitoba courts spanning 1970 to 1998.View Project
The Galt Museum and Archives in Lethbridge, Alberta has launched a new search engine for their cultural collections, powered by our Andornot Discovery Interface.View Project
Arctic Health, intended for students, researchers, and anyone with an interest in health aspects of the Arctic, is a central source for information on diverse aspects of the Arctic environment and the health of northern peoples. The Arctic Health website provides access to a database of over 280,000 evaluated publications and resources on these topics.View Project
The Museum of Health Care based in Kingston, Ontario is home to more than 35,000 artifacts, from surgical tools to laboratory instruments, which bring to life the story of medical care from the 18th century to the present day.View Project
The Accessible Resource Centre – British Columbia (ARC-BC) is a collection of high quality digital and alternate format materials for use by students with perceptual disabilities as a service to BC school districts. Educators in all school districts are able to search this online repository or "digital library" to find and download alternate format resources related to the BC curriculum.View Project
The Archives of the Anglican Church of Canada provides a new, modern, single search portal to many of their collections that will be of benefit to anyone interested in the records of the church. The new site design is clean and simple and coordinates with the look and feel of the main Anglican Church website.View Project
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