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CollectiveAccess is open-source collections management and presentation software designed for museums, archives, and special collections. As it is easily customized, it is also increasingly used by libraries, corporations and non-profits. At its core, CollectiveAccess is a relational database that enables powerful searching and browsing options and provides opportunities for nuanced web-based collection discovery.
 
CollectiveAccess is open-source collections management and presentation software designed for museums, archives, and special collections. As it is easily customized, it is also increasingly used by libraries, corporations and non-profits. At its core, CollectiveAccess is a relational database that enables powerful searching and browsing options and provides opportunities for nuanced web-based collection discovery.
  
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The software is a collaboration between the developers, Whirl-i-Gig, and partner institutions worldwide.
 
The software is a collaboration between the developers, Whirl-i-Gig, and partner institutions worldwide.
 
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<languages/> <translate> CollectiveAccess is open-source collections management and presentation software designed for museums, archives, and special collections. As it is easily customized, it is also increasingly used by libraries, corporations and non-profits. At its core, CollectiveAccess is a relational database that enables powerful searching and browsing options and provides opportunities for nuanced web-based collection discovery.

The software is a collaboration between the developers, Whirl-i-Gig, and partner institutions worldwide. </translate>

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