A showcase of the libraries, archives and museums we've helped with organizing, managing and searching their collections.
The law library of the Nova Scotia Barristers Society has upgraded their library catalogue public search interface to one powered by our Andornot Discovery Interface.View Project
Since 1967, the Bulkley Valley Museum has built up a permanent collection of artifacts and documentary heritage materials that represent the human and natural history of the Town of Smithers, British Columbia, and the surrounding Bulkley Valley. This collection is now available online for the first time.View Project
The Elgin Country Archives and Museum uses our Andornot Discovery Interface to provide the best possible search experience for their community, and features records from their main collections and those of nine other museums within the county.View Project
The Vancouver Coastal Health Patient Health Education Materials catalogue provides resources for caregivers and patients to manage and continue treatment of health conditions.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 ArQuives Digital Exhibitions is a project of The ArQuives, Canada’s LGBTQ2+ Archives, to highlight resources from the world's largest independent collection of LGBTQ2+ documentary heritage.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 Kitchener Public Library has made its local history and genealogical resources available online in a new site called History in the Making. Available at https://makinghistory.kpl.org and hosted by Andornot, the site uses our popular Andornot Discovery Interface to give users quick and easy access to a wealth of local resources.View Project
The Kitimat Museum & Archives has thousands of records on human history artifacts and photographic archival collections unique to the Kitimat Valley and surrounding area, including the Douglas Channel. These records are managed in DB/TextWorks databases, and now, over 30,000 records are searchable through an instance of our Andornot Discovery Interface.View Project
The Cortes Island Museum & Archives preserves unique and original photographs, maps and documents relating to the human and natural history of Cortes Island, British Columbia, and nearby islands. Dating from the late 1800s to the present, their collections illustrate how this remote community of coastal British Columbia responded to changing economic, social and political conditions.View Project
Andornot combined systems and data into a solution for COVID-19 Rapid Evidence Review management and searching.View Project
The S.J. McKee Archives at Brandon University houses a wide-ranging collection of unpublished archival records related to the history of Brandon College / Brandon University and the Manitoba Pool Elevators, as well as documenting the history of the City of Brandon and southwestern Manitoba.View Project
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