ENRICH Florence meeting

The scope of the Technical meeting held in Florence was to discuss the main achievements in the technical work packages, mainly related to the agreed way of inter-system communication; TEI schema and individualisation.

We would like to take the opportunity and thank to National Library of Florence (Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze) for the organisation of the meeting and the very special guidance to the manuscripts reserved in the library.

An introduction to TEI and XML - at Kazan State University in August 2008

The course held by Oxford University Computing Service course intended to provide a good introduction to the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) Guidelines for the Encoding of Digital Texts. The course aimed at researchers in any Humanities discipline who have some technical knowledge (for example, the ability to use e-mail and the web) and are aware of the potential of digital texts. It was also suitable for technical support staff working with such users.

ENRICH meeting in Reykjavik

The Technical Workshop and Management Meeting held in Iceland was an opportunity for the whole ENRICH team of partners to meet, review progress, share experiences and raise issues. ENRICH partners also made important decisions about the next steps to be taken to move forward with project plans.

We would like to take the opportunity and thank to The National and University Library of Iceland for the organisation of the meeting and the very special guidance to the manuscripts reserved in the library.

Successfull dissemination event of ENRICH project organized in Madrid

The National Library of Spain held an official presentation of the Enrich Project within the Workshop on Rare Books Librarianship last Thursday 5 June at the Main Hall of the Library in Madrid. Tomas Psohlavec from AIP introduced the project among an audience of 160 library specialists and representatives from CERL and Fundación Biblioteca Cervantes Virtual.

ENRICH Project Web Site evaluation form

The evaluation of our project website can be done using the form prepared by IMI. All partners are encouraged to disseminate this evaluation form amongst all potentially involved. We will really appreciate your cooperation

Digital library readers demands/needs online survey

The survey is aiming at two components of the digital library of manuscripts - individual collections and individual virtual documents.
Please take time to complete this survey as this will help the ENRICH project to address the issues you are interested in and ensure that the developed technology meets your needs. The survey is composed of 23 questions and should take less than 10 minutes to complete.
The online survey form can be filled at the following address: http://dlibra.psnc.pl/enrich/