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Previous CERL Annual Seminars

  • 2022, Trinity College, Dublin
    Digitising Cultural Heritage Collections: Lessons Learned and Forging Ahead.
  • 2019, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, Göttingen
    Collections and Networks Reconstructing the Historical Context of Texts, Publications and Objects with digital methods.
    Programme and presentations.
  • 2018, Palazzo Ducale, Venice
    Printing Revolution and Society 1450-1500 - Fifty Years that Changed Europe.
  • 2017, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
    Putting it together - Research access for hybrid collections.
  • 2016, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris
    Manuscrits: innovation et coopération / Manuscripts: innovation and collaboration.
    Programme and Presentations.
  • 2013, University of Warsaw Library
    STOP THIEF!, Preventing and investigating theft from collections in the digital age.
  • 2012, The British Library, London
    Accessing heritage research collections through digitisation: models and use.
    Programme and Presentations.
  • 2011, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vatican City
    La stampa romana nella Roma dei Papi e in Europa / The Roman Press in the Papal City and in Europe.
    Published in October 2016 as CERL Papers XII.
  • 2008, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris
    Linking the worlds of script and print : Catalogues of European manuscripts and early printed books.
    Published as CERL Papers IX.
    Seminar programme
  • 2007, Uppsala University Library
    Script, print and the internet: the early-modern book and its readers.
    Published in January 2009 as CERL Papers VIII.
    Seminar programme
  • 2006, National Széchényi Library, Budapest
    Imprints and owners: recording the cultural geography of Europe.
    Published November 2007 as CERL Papers VII.
  • 2005, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Rome
    Many into one: problems and opportunities in creating shared catalogues of older books.
    Published November 2006 as CERL Papers VI.
  • 2004, National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh
    Books and their owners: provenance information and the European cultural heritage.
    Published November 2005 as CERL Papers V.
  • 2003, National Library of Russia, St Petersburg
    European cultural heritage in the digital age: creation, access and preservation.
    Published November 2004 as CERL Papers IV.
  • 2002, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague (Bibliopolis Conference on 'The Future History of the Book')
    Books beyond Frontiers: the need for international collaboration in national retrospective bibliography.
    Published November 2003 as CERL Papers III.
  • 2001, Bibliothèque Municipale de Lyon
    Manuscript and Print.
  • 2000, Università degli studi di Padova
    Digital imaging and retrospective cataloguing: principles and practice of Italian projects and of CERL.
  • 1999, Bibliothèque Royale de Belgique, Brussels
    Printing and publishing in Europe and America, 1450- 1830: Problems of Quantification.
    Published 2001 as The scholar & the database (CERL Papers II).
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