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Copy in Oxford, Christ Church Library obtained from Early English Books Online (EEBO).
(17) Early English Books Online is a key online resource for early printed English works, available (with subscription) at <> (ProQuest, 2003-15).
Early English Books Online <> [accessed on 5 May 2012] (EEBO)
The Cambridge Companion to Early Modern Women's Writing offers the advantage of new scholarship made possible by online access to texts and manuscripts (in such resources as Early English Books Online, Brown University Women Writers Online, and the Perdita Project), making this title a valuable addition to libraries serving undergraduate and graduate students in English literature and women's studies programs.
Take the case of Early English Books Online, which put every single early modern printed book online and easily accessible.
Copenhagen's Royal Library, with specialised information resources and technologies provider ProQuest, is digitising early printed books from the Danish national collection and will make them available on Early English Books Online (EEBO).
ProQuest also unveiled its Early English Books Online (EEBO) Introductions Series, in which early modern scholars provide commentaries on noncanonical EEBO texts.
Based on a detailed survey sent to Milton teachers, Part One provides a compilation of Milton editions and texts, of reference works and biographies, and of audiovisual and online resources (including links to e-mail discussion groups, Early English Books Online and electronic versions of the Bible) generally used in undergraduate and graduate courses.
While the 1550 edition is now the earliest and most complete English Bible held by the Library, a digital version of the 1535 edition, together with many other early translations of the Bible, can be viewed online through the electronic resource, Early English Books Online, which is available onsite at the Library.
Another interesting text conversion project is the Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership (EEBOTCP), which involves Proquest and Chadwyck-Healey, partnered with over 130 universities, in the digitization of early works in English (EEBOTCP, 2005).
And what is the future of the large sophisticated digitisation projects discussed earlier, Early English Books Online, Eighteenth Century Collections Online, Evans Digital Edition/Early American Imprints?
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