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Graham Seaman

Graham Seaman
Library Systems Officer
Royal Holloway Library
University of London

Graham Seaman is a freelance developer who works under direct contract or through his company, Libretech Ltd. His primary experience is with free and open source software, which he combines with a particular interest in library systems. Graham is now working on a federated search system for the M25 Library Consortium.

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Most frequently used terms in this author's articles (ordered by total usage / articles): "vufind", "search technology", "software", "sfx", "data", "cataloguing", "library management systems", "royal holloway", "open source", "api". See interactive data charts for more details on all tags associated with this author.

Profile last updated: 
January 2010

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Number of Ariadne articles written (or co-written) by this author: 2.

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Adapting VuFind as a Front-end to a Commercial Discovery System

Graham Seaman describes the adaptation of an open source discovery tool, VuFind, to local needs, discusses the decisions which needed to be made in the process, and considers the implications of this process for future library discovery systems.

issue68 March 2012

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Get Tooled Up: Xerxes at Royal Holloway, University of London

Anna Grigson, Peter Kiely, Graham Seaman and Tim Wales describe the implementation of an open source front end to the MetaLib federated search tool.

issue62 January 2010

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