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 ======CERL Internship and Placement Grants - 2015====== ======CERL Internship and Placement Grants - 2015======
  
-In view of the quantity and quality of the applications received, and with the approval of the Coordinating Committee, the CERL Grant Committee decided this year to award two grants instead of one, to a scholar and to a librarian.\\  ​+In view of the quantity and quality of the applications received, and with the approval of the Executive Committee (formerly ​Coordinating Committee), the CERL Grant Committee decided this year to award two grants instead of one, to a scholar and to a librarian.\\  ​
  
 A grant was awarded to Francesca Rocchi, a graduate in Latin Palaeography of Rome, La Sapienza University, and with a previous internship experience at the Biblioteca Casanatense in Rome, to work within the Special Collections Department of the Bodleian Library, Oxford, and under the supervision of Dr Irene Ceccherini, Lyell-Bodleian Research Fellow in Manuscript Studies. The internship entails the transfer into electronic format of the card indexes of Renaissance manuscripts,​ scribes, and illuminators,​ prepared by Professor Albinia de la Mare († 2001), who devoted her research life to the study of humanistic script. In this new format the records will be more easily accessible to scholars and will be uploaded to the CERL Thesaurus to increment records on manuscript production, and to support links with the CERL Portal.\\ ​ A grant was awarded to Francesca Rocchi, a graduate in Latin Palaeography of Rome, La Sapienza University, and with a previous internship experience at the Biblioteca Casanatense in Rome, to work within the Special Collections Department of the Bodleian Library, Oxford, and under the supervision of Dr Irene Ceccherini, Lyell-Bodleian Research Fellow in Manuscript Studies. The internship entails the transfer into electronic format of the card indexes of Renaissance manuscripts,​ scribes, and illuminators,​ prepared by Professor Albinia de la Mare († 2001), who devoted her research life to the study of humanistic script. In this new format the records will be more easily accessible to scholars and will be uploaded to the CERL Thesaurus to increment records on manuscript production, and to support links with the CERL Portal.\\ ​
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