Conferences, Seminars & Workshops

Annual Seminars
Other Seminars
Past Seminars/Workshops

Annual Seminars

CERL annually organises a seminar addressing subjects relating to the Consortium’s objectives, preceding the AGM.

2018 Annual Seminar

Date: Wednesday 19 to Friday 21 September 2018
Place: Palazzo Ducale, Venice
Theme: 15cBooktrade Conference:
Printing Revolution and Society 1450-1500 - Fifty Years that Changed Europe

You can book your place by following this link to the
Oxford University Online Store.

An exhibition on the same theme will he held in the Marciana Library (1-30 September 2018) and the Correr Museum (1 September 2018–7 January 2019). A video about the exhibition can be found here.

Previous Seminars

Other Seminars

CERL Seminar at the ETH-Bibliothek, Zürich, Wednesday 14 March 2018.
A one-day seminar on 'Visual approaches to cultural heritage' was held at the ETH-Bibliothek. The ‘icon turn’ has re-focused the attention of scholars from texts to visual material and its interpretation. Image-based search tools to sources and the visual presentation of research results have, however, not emerged equally fast. The ETH-Bibliothek, the Swiss centre for technical and natural scientific information, took the opportunity of organising the CERL Spring Seminar 2018 to discuss innovative forms of access and visualisation of research results. The programme is available here.


Patras, LIBER Annual General Meeting, Wednesday 4 July 2017 (am only)
Managing bequests and digital estates: new challenges for libraries. Programme.

Helsinki, LIBER Annual General Meeting, Wednesday 29 June 2016 (am only)
The Wood for the Trees - a workshop on Discoverability of Digital Collections. Programme.

Past Seminars/Workshops

Most of the Annual Seminars (see Previous CERL Annual Seminars) have been published in the series of CERL Papers.

In addition to conferences and seminars the Consortium offers training workshops, aiming to introduce colleagues to the Consortium’s work, to have practical training sessions, and to invite colleague to indicate their requirements in the context of their institutions.













Previous CERL workshops