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 +====== Tallinn Seminar ======
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 +==== European Printed Heritage in Estonian Libraries ====
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 +**18 June 2009**\\
 +Consortium of European Research Libraries (CERL)\\
 +Academic Library of Tallinn University
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 +Tallinn University\\
 +Room U-213 (Riho Pätsi nim. kaldaauditoorium),​ Uus-Sadama 5 
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 +**Preliminary programme**
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 +10.30–11.00 ​ Registration
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 +11.00–11.15 ​ Welcome\\ \\   
 +11.15 –13.00 ​ CERL session ​
 +>  Dr David Shaw (Joint Secretary of CERL)\\ 1. The Consortium of European Research Libraries (CERL): a little about its past, and much more about its present and future\\ \\ David Shaw\\ 2. CERL Services I: The CERL Thesaurus\\ \\ Drs Marian Lefferts (CERL Executive Manager)\\ 3. CERL Services II: the Heritage of the Printed Book Database\\ \\ Marian Lefferts\\ 4. CERL Services III: the CERL Portal for Manuscripts and Early Printed Material\\ \\ David Shaw\\ 5. CERL Services IV:  Supporting Provenance ​ Research ​
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 +13.00–14.00 ​ Lunch break
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 +14.00–14.30 Mr. Rene Haljasmäe, MA (Head of the department of conservation,​ Academic Library of Tallinn University)\\ ​ //Creating of WWW-Database of Incunabula in Memory Institutions of Estonia//
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 +14.30–15.00 Mrs. Malle Ermel (Head of the Manuscripts and Rare Books Department, University of Tartu Library)\\ ​ //Old books and historical special collections in the University of Tartu Library//
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 +15.00– 15.20  Coffee break
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 +15.20–15.50 ​  Mrs. Helle Maaslieb (Senior Librarian, Estonian Literary Museum)\\ ​ //​Digitization of the Old Book Collection of the Archival Library on the Website of the Estonian Literacy Museum//
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 +15.50–16.20 ​  Mrs. Larissa Petina, Ph.D.  (Senior Researcher, National Library of Estonia)\\ //Russian early printed books in the Estonian libraries//
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 +16.20– 16.50  Mrs. Tiiu Reimo, Ph.D. (Professor of Book Studies, Tallinn University)\\ ​ //Book Culture in Tallinn in the 17th century//
  
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