Marshall Breeding's Library Technology web site has a nice search tool that lets you explore what software different libraries are using. Not sure if it includes a lot of museums and it may be heavily ILS focused versus other content tools.
From: Code for Libraries [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Matt Sherman
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An interesting question. I am not sure if there is one great source for that. You can get some idea of open source platforms from FOSS4Lib. I think Wikipedia actually has a listing of software, but not 100% sure on that. It is slightly more institutional repository focused, but the Directory of Open Access Repositories has an interesting statistics section, which I think includes a chart of what software is used in each repository. I can't speak to your Greenstone question, I'm not aware of many that use it, but there could still be a strong user group out there. Hope that helps a little.
On May 8, 2015 10:24 AM, "Cooper, Krystal" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Does anyone know of a list or website that lists what digital library
> or digital collection software in use at libraries and museums?
> I'm curious to know what is most popular or heavily used? Open source
> vs paid.
> Is Greenstone still heavily used or is it being phased out?