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 representation of the development and use of the collection, of the books’ survival, loss, and mobility, and of the methodology of the investigation involved. \\ representation of the development and use of the collection, of the books’ survival, loss, and mobility, and of the methodology of the investigation involved. \\
 __The authors__.– Cristina Dondi is the Oakeshott Senior Research Fellow in the Humanities, Lincoln College, University of Oxford, and principal investigator of a 5-year ERC Consolidator Grant on the ‘15th Century Booktrade: An Evidence-based Assessment and Visualization of the Distribution,​ Sale, and Reception of Books in the Renaissance’ (2014–2019). She is also the Secretary of the Consortium of European Research Libraries (CERL). Maria Alessandra Panzanelli Fratoni is Research Fellow (2014–2018) in the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages of the University of Oxford. She is a member of the ERC-funded 15cBOOKTRADE Project, based at The British Library. Her specialism includes the History of Libraries, Universities,​ and Law books in the 15th and 16th centuries.\\ __The authors__.– Cristina Dondi is the Oakeshott Senior Research Fellow in the Humanities, Lincoln College, University of Oxford, and principal investigator of a 5-year ERC Consolidator Grant on the ‘15th Century Booktrade: An Evidence-based Assessment and Visualization of the Distribution,​ Sale, and Reception of Books in the Renaissance’ (2014–2019). She is also the Secretary of the Consortium of European Research Libraries (CERL). Maria Alessandra Panzanelli Fratoni is Research Fellow (2014–2018) in the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages of the University of Oxford. She is a member of the ERC-funded 15cBOOKTRADE Project, based at The British Library. Her specialism includes the History of Libraries, Universities,​ and Law books in the 15th and 16th centuries.\\
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-**Charles van den Heuvel**\\ 
-//The research librarian between computer agents and the crowd: reconstructing and creating past and future collections//​\\ 
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-__Abstract__.– The Internet Archive has been compared to older initiatives to bring the knowledge of world together such as the Library of Alexandria and the Mundaneum. The latter example is of particular interest since it proposed the combination of contemporary information technologies with 
-the domain expertise of researchers to produce knowledge. This paper discusses the question how librarians and archivists can collaborate with digital humanities scholars using a combination of new technologies such as computer agents and web archiving with crowdsourcing to reconstruct past and 
-to create future collections for research.\\ 
-__The author__.– Charles van den Heuvel is Head Research of History of Science at the Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences. He holds the chair on Digital Methods and Historical Disciplines (in particular the History of Scholarship and Information Sciences) at the University of Amsterdam.\\ 
  
 **Kristian Jensen**\\ **Kristian Jensen**\\
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