Houghton Library MSS Widener - Digital Medieval Manuscripts at Houghton Library Return to the Digital Medieval Manuscripts home page Search Strategies To search HOLLIS for materials from the medieval manuscripts collections at Houghton Library: Select Digital Resources tab. Additional Resources Although printed access to these materials is incomplete and out of date, they are still well worth searching. Seymour de Ricci with W.J. William H. Roger S. Laura Light, Catalogue of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Houghton Library, Harvard University, Volume 1: MSS Lat 3-179 (Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, Binghamton, NY, 1995) HOLLIS Harvard College Library, Illuminated & Calligraphic Manuscripts: An Exhibition held at the Fogg Art Museum & Houghton Library, February 14-April 1, 1955 (Cambridge, MA, 1955) HOLLIS Return to the Digital Medieval Manuscripts home page Return to Top Manuscript Collections Houghton Library staff are in the process of supplying complete bibliographies for each of the manuscripts in these collections.
Bibliothèques Virtuelles Humanistes manuscrits Édition intégrale du manuscrit de Madame Bovary Site Bovary : Bovary, site consacré à la recherche (sans les images du manuscrit) L'Éducation sentimentale Édition hypertexte du dossier manuscrit du chapitre 1, partie III de L'Éducation sentimentale (dont l'action se passe en février et juin 1848), par Tony Williams. Voir le site Mise en relation des 400 pages manuscrites de ce chapitre, le plus long du roman. Comporte une chronologie de la rédaction de L'Éducation sentimentale. MANUSCRITS CONSERVÉS À LA BnF MANUSCRITS EN LIGNE(images et/ou transcriptions) Rédaction de zoologie (vers 1834, inédit)Sur le roman de Roncevaux (Li romans de Roncivals), et Sur les épopées françaises au XIIe siècle (vers 1836-1840 ?) Sur un ouvrage de Langlois, dédicacé à Achille-Cléophas Flaubert
Encyclopédie de L'Agora | Introduction to Western Manuscripts at Dartmouth College The origins of the College's early manuscript collection are undocumented. Imprecise acquisition records of the nineteenth century indicate that some single leaves were acquired by gift at least as early as the presidency of Samuel Colcord Bartlett (1877-1892). It is known that President Bartlett brought materials back from the Middle East and Europe for the Library's collections and the first early manuscripts may well have been acquired at that time. The impetus to develop a significant collection of early manuscripts for teaching purposes lies with the work of Harold Goddard Rugg, sometime Assistant Librarian of the College. Mr. Rugg labored for nearly fifty years to develop a small but rich collection of early manuscripts so that students at Dartmouth could examine and study materials from all eras of the history of the written word. Mr. As has been noted, the early manuscripts held by Dartmouth College form a teaching collection.
ilivri | Bibliothèque numérique de littérature française en accès libre Médiathèque Pierre-Amalric - Albi - Les manuscrits e-learning portal France, free open educational resources in Fre Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts Collection:Database and Digital Images The Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts Collection contains 215 medieval or Renaissance manuscripts that date between the 11th and 17th centuries. This database contains item-level descriptions for each of the manuscripts and enables keyword searching as well as several different ways to browse the collection contents. Complete digital images are provided for some manuscripts. You may use the database to request materials that you wish to view in person in the Reading and Viewing Room. The descriptions of the manuscripts in the database records contain information contributed by Ransom Center staff and volunteers, University of Texas at Austin faculty and students, and numerous scholarly users over many years. The original materials in the Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts Collection are free of known copyright restrictions.
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Mandragore Explore a New Learning Frontier: MOOCs by Inge de Waard: Page 2 Social media are at the center of any MOOC A MOOC is delivered online. This opens up a variety of online tools you can use to set up your MOOC. So which social media tools could you use? Any social media tool could be used to build the architectural design of a MOOC, but the five most commonly used at the moment are: A wiki (e.g., Wikispaces) – The ideal tool to set up your course syllabus.A discussion group or list-serve (e.g., Google groups) – Enables sharing discussions online and through e-mail while keeping the topics nicely grouped based on their title. The MOOC guide mentioned earlier offers a wider variety of useful tools. Self-regulated learning is crucial A MOOC is built around a learner-centered approach. Downes (2007) emphasized that in order for a network to support knowledge development it needs to be “diverse, open, autonomous, and connected.” How mLearning fits MOOCs In many emerging regions of the world, mobile access is the main way to access the Web. Conclusion References
Catalogue of Digitized Medieval Manuscripts: About Us The Catalogue of Digitized Medieval Manuscripts (2006-2013). In 2013 active development on the CDMMSS ceased, and in 2015 the site was retired. This site was designed to enable users to find fully digitized manuscripts currently available on the web. As electronic resources continue to permeate scholarship, the challenge of keeping abreast with new developments becomes ever more pressing. The Catalogue of Digitized Medieval Manuscripts seeks to provide a technological solution to a simple and rather delightful “problem”: the breathtaking increase in the number of medieval manuscripts available on the web in their entirety, but in a bewildering range of venues and formats. Digitizing medieval manuscripts and releasing the images on the web has a long history, but the number of digitized manuscripts rises swiftly as the cost of high-quality digital images decreases, and the expertise needed to create easily navigable web sites becomes more common.