Libraries Hacked was founded by Dave in 2014.
These are bigger projects, usually with their own website name and more regular maintenance.
|2014||Data blog||A place for regular blog posts about library data and digital prototypes|
|2019||Mobile libraries||Displaying times and routes of mobile libraries across the UK|
|2019||Create||Tools for creating, publishing and using public library open data|
|2020||Libraries at home||A library service postcode lookup service and aggregator of online content such as videos, blog posts, and podcasts|
|2020||Library map||A library map and postcode lookup service displaying library building information, opening hours, and location analysis|
|2020||Library lab||Documentation for library prototypes and ideas|
|2021||Library books||A tool to search the catalogues of all UK library services by ISBN|
|2022||Fine free libraries||A website to track and promote libraries going fine-free in the UK|
Small data hacks
Various hacks created using library data.
|2016||Wuthering hacks||A data dashboard for presenting Newcastle libraries open data|
|2018||World library data||Displaying the IFLA Library map data in a data table|
|2018||Disrupters||A twitter list of library disruptors displaying latest tweets and what they’re talking about|
External blog posts and other things with Libraries Hacked involvement.
|2017||Voyage of the Data Treader||Library data unconferences organised with Claire from Plymouth and Aude from Newcastle library services. Held in 2017 at Liverpool Library and 2019 at Manchester Library|
|2018||Libraries on Twitter||Displaying latest tweets from various library account lists, all compiled by Library Cactus on Twitter|
|2019||Library data schemas||A sector led and DCMS hosted public library sector project to design schemas for open library data|
|2021||Libraries and High Streets||A DCMS blog about libraries and high streets which links to Libraries Hacked work|
|2022||Frictionless Data - Libraries Hacked||A post written for the Frictionless Data project (from the Open Knowledge Foundation) about library data schemas.|