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 **Per Cullhed and Cecilia Winrow, University of Uppsala**\\ **Per Cullhed and Cecilia Winrow, University of Uppsala**\\
-‘Bookbindings and Provenances in Alvin’+‘Bookbindings and Provenances in Alvin’\\ 
 +{{ :​services:​seminars:​7_pcullhed_presentatie_cerl2017.pptx |Presentation}}
  
   * Bookbindings and provenance records are rarely connected to images in library catalogues, making it difficult to evaluate the information on materiality behind the bibliographic record. Uppsala University Library completed a  The ProBok project together with the Lund University Library in 2012 connecting these two entities, making it possible to see images of both bindings and provenance evidence. ProBok is a stand-alone database and as it is the library policy to minimize the number of databases, ProBok will be moved into the Alvin-repository in the near future. Alvin is a repository shared by many Swedish heritage libraries and museums and the migration of ProBok will open up a possibility for participating libraries to publish bookbindings and provenance on the Internet.\\ ProBok: http://​probok.alvin-portal.org/​alvin/​\\ Alvin: http://​www.alvin-portal.org   * Bookbindings and provenance records are rarely connected to images in library catalogues, making it difficult to evaluate the information on materiality behind the bibliographic record. Uppsala University Library completed a  The ProBok project together with the Lund University Library in 2012 connecting these two entities, making it possible to see images of both bindings and provenance evidence. ProBok is a stand-alone database and as it is the library policy to minimize the number of databases, ProBok will be moved into the Alvin-repository in the near future. Alvin is a repository shared by many Swedish heritage libraries and museums and the migration of ProBok will open up a possibility for participating libraries to publish bookbindings and provenance on the Internet.\\ ProBok: http://​probok.alvin-portal.org/​alvin/​\\ Alvin: http://​www.alvin-portal.org
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