Last year, Andornot had the pleasure of working with the King Institute at Stanford University on their archival database of tens of thousands of speeches, sermons, letters, and other documents by and about Martin Luther King, Jr.
Known as OKRA (Online King Records Access), the database includes descriptive information as well as holdings details for these resources held at repositories all over the United States.
In that first project, we conducted a major rebuild of their DB/TextWorks-based databases to make it more usable by staff and students at the Institute.
This year, we were able to upgrade the web-based search interface for this resource with one built from our Andornot Discovery Interface.
The new search interface is available at http://okra.stanford.edu and offers researchers features that will greatly help their work, such as:
The new search engine adopts the same layout and design as the main King Institute website, for a seamless transition between the two.
Contact Andornot for data management and search solutions similar to this one.
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