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-<slider [[https://www.cerl.org/collaboration/security#​cerl_quick_audit_tool|Download it here...]]+<slider [[http://digitale.bnc.roma.sbn.it/progettopolonsky/|Read more about this collaboration between BNCR and CERL, funded by the Polonsky Foundation]]
  
  
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 ===== Promoting Europe'​s cultural heritage in print and manuscript ===== ===== Promoting Europe'​s cultural heritage in print and manuscript =====
  
 The Consortium of European Research Libraries (CERL) aims to facilitate, enhance, and improve the use and impact of printed and manuscript cultural heritage material. CERL raises the awareness of cultural heritage collections and their content among scholars and interested parties in a wide community. CERL is service and partnership oriented by offering its members and the library, archival, and scholarly world at large high quality digital resources and tools using modern technology, by arranging seminars and workshops, and by providing cooperation within its membership and with other library and cultural heritage organisations. The organisation was formed in 1992 on the initiative of research libraries in many European countries and legally came into being in June 1994. For the latest news you can find us at various events (see the [[https://​www.cerl.org/​about/​calendar|CERL Agenda]]), follow CERL on [[https://​twitter.com/​CERL_org|Twitter]] or you can join the CERL mailing list: please contact <​secretariat@cerl.org>​ to register.\\ The Consortium of European Research Libraries (CERL) aims to facilitate, enhance, and improve the use and impact of printed and manuscript cultural heritage material. CERL raises the awareness of cultural heritage collections and their content among scholars and interested parties in a wide community. CERL is service and partnership oriented by offering its members and the library, archival, and scholarly world at large high quality digital resources and tools using modern technology, by arranging seminars and workshops, and by providing cooperation within its membership and with other library and cultural heritage organisations. The organisation was formed in 1992 on the initiative of research libraries in many European countries and legally came into being in June 1994. For the latest news you can find us at various events (see the [[https://​www.cerl.org/​about/​calendar|CERL Agenda]]), follow CERL on [[https://​twitter.com/​CERL_org|Twitter]] or you can join the CERL mailing list: please contact <​secretariat@cerl.org>​ to register.\\
-[[https://​www.cerl.org/​generalinformation|Read more...]]+[[https://​www.cerl.org/​generalinformation|Read more...]]\\ 
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 +**We were informed that scammers have used CERL's name for fraudulent activities. This scam does not imply any breach of the security of CERL, its databases or membership ​ data. If you receive an unexpected request for payment allegedly to CERL, please get in touch with CERL's secretariat before taking any action.**  
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-**CERL ​Newsletter - December 2019**\\ +**CERL ​Book Binding WG publishes its first newsletter**\\ 
-The latest ​CERL Newsletter is available [[https://​www.cerl.org/​publications/newsletter|here]]. The next issue of the Newsletter will be published in June 2020.\\+The CERL Book Binding Working Group had planned to seminar to take place in May 2020 in Brussels, which had to be postponed. It wil be rescheduled when European travel is deemed save again. In the meantime, they have published their first Newsletter, which is available [[https://​www.cerl.org/​collaboration/work/​binding/​main|here]].\\
  
-**CERL Annual Seminar and Annual General Meeting, Göttingen, Wednesday 9 and Thursday 10 October 2019**\\ +**CERL Annual Seminar and Annual General Meeting ​2020**\\ 
-The one-day ​seminar ​on 9 October was on Collections and Networks: Reconstructing the Historical Context of Texts, Publications and Objects with Digital Methods ​and was held at the  Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek in Göttingen. The programme is available [[https://​www.cerl.org/​services/​seminars/​presentations2019|here]].\\ +In 2020, both the annual seminar and the Annual General Meeting for CERL members will be online events. Slides for the 2019 seminar on Collections and Networks: Reconstructing the Historical Context of Texts, Publications and Objects with Digital Methods ​are available [[https://​www.cerl.org/​services/​seminars/​presentations2019|here]].\\
-CERL's Annual General Meeting was held on the morning of 10 October.\\+
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-**Collection Security Summer School, Tartu, Wednesday 4 to Friday 6 September 2019**\\ +**Collection Security Summer School ​2020**\\ 
-CERL's annual Summer School on Collection Security ​was hosted by the University Library ​of TartuEstonia. The programme ​is available [[https://​www.cerl.org/​collaboration/​security/​2019tartusummerschool|here]].\\+The Österreichische Nationalbibliothek in Vienna ​was going to be the host of the fourth edition of the summerschool. We have decided not to bring colleagues from all over Europe to Vienna for the Summer Schoolbut to organise an online event instead. The programme, once it has been finalised, will be made available [[https://​www.cerl.org/​collaboration/​security/​2020viennasummerschool|here]].\\
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 The **CERL Provenance Digital Archive** has been created in the Arkyves environment. After logging in, using your FB, Google or Orcid accounts, you may store your digital images of provenance evidence in the CERL PDA. The images and the descriptions you create are published under a CC0 license and the images are available as IIIF. You may access the Provenance Digital Archive [[www.arkyves.org|here.]]\\ The **CERL Provenance Digital Archive** has been created in the Arkyves environment. After logging in, using your FB, Google or Orcid accounts, you may store your digital images of provenance evidence in the CERL PDA. The images and the descriptions you create are published under a CC0 license and the images are available as IIIF. You may access the Provenance Digital Archive [[www.arkyves.org|here.]]\\
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 +**//CERL Papers XIV - Printing R-Evolution and Society 1450-1500. Fifty Years that Changed Europe//**, Cristina Dondi. This is an Open Access publication. Download your copy [[https://​edizionicafoscari.unive.it/​en/​edizioni4/​libri/​978-88-6969-333-5/​|here]].\\
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 **//CERL Papers XIII - Signa Vides - Researching and recording printers'​ devices//​**\\ ​ **//CERL Papers XIII - Signa Vides - Researching and recording printers'​ devices//​**\\ ​
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