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Corrado and Kathryn A. Frederick Introduction Librarians have a long-standing relationship with subject guides. Since the introduction of subject-specific research guides in the 1950s (Vileno, 2007), the work of defining subjects, selecting resources that will be included, and creating the guides has been time-consuming and often unappreciated. Considerable effort has been made since the late 1990s to move away from static, labor-intensive HTML pages, and toward searchable, database-driven subject guides. Open Source Subject Guide Applications There are a number of open source subject guides applications available. MyLibrary MyLibrary ( was one of the first tools developed by a library that could maintain Web-based subject guides.
SubjectsPlus SubjectsPlus ( is a database-driven subject guide maintained by Andrew Darby of Ithaca College. LibData LibData ( is a library Web page authoring environment built on top of Open Source tools. ResearchGuide Library Course Builder Blogs Wikis. 50 Awesome Open Source Resources for Online Writers.
With the popularity of blogging and online journals, writers working in the online realm have a growing number of opportunities all the time to practice and refine their craft, and maybe even get paid for it.
And if you’re a writing major, why not take advantage of all the opportunities to get great free and open source resources that can help you to write, edit and organize your work? Here’s a list of fifty open source tools that you can use to make your writing even better. Word Processors Why pay for expensive word processing programs when you can get high quality and open source alternatives for much less? Here are a few programs to try. yWriter: This word processor is designed especially for writers. Reference Everyone needs a little help with spelling and grammar now and again, and these programs can get you on the right track.
Organization Working online isn’t always conducive to organization. Sonar: Getting published can be an uphill battle, but Sonar can make it a little easier.