RESOURCE: Manuscriptlink

The Coalition for Networked InformationĀ (CNI) releasedĀ several videos recently from their spring membership meeting, including video of aĀ talk by Eric J. Johnson (Ohio State University) about a digital humanities initiativeĀ called Manuscriptlink.

Together with a tools and metadata, ManuscriptlinkĀ “provides a worldwide ‘collective collection’ of virtual manuscripts from ca. 800 to ca. 1600, drawn from thousands of individual manuscript constituents.” As CNI’s description notes: “The project will foster active interdisciplinary cooperation across the humanities as well as collaboration among numerous international institutions.” Johnson co-directs the project, with Scott Gwara (University of South Carolina).

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