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 ====== Publications ====== ====== Publications ======
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 +=== New Sources for Book History ===
 +Combined Methodological Approaches for Manuscripts and Printed Books
 +(text and images; material evidence; historical bibliographical and documentary sources; sale and auction catalogues; etc.…)\\
 +The papers of the international conference held at the British Library on 28 November 2017 will soon be available [[https://​www.cerl.org/​publications/​new_sources_for_book_history|here]].
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 +=== CERL Papers XIV ===
 +//Printing R-Evolution and Society 1450-1500. Fifty Years that Changed Europe// (Cristina Dondi) Studia Storia 13. Venice, Edizione Ca'​Foscari,​ Digital Publishing, 2020. This is an Open Access publication. Download your copy [[https://​edizionicafoscari.unive.it/​en/​edizioni4/​libri/​978-88-6969-333-5/​|here]].
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 +By the same author:
 +Cristina Dondi, //Printed Books of Hours from Fifteenth-Century Italy, The Texts, the Books, and the Survival of a Long-Lasting Genre//. Biblioteca di Bibliografia,​ vol. 204, cm 17 x 24, xlviii-706 pp. con 88 tavv. f.t. a colori. Firenze, Leo S. Olschki 2016. € 95,00. ISBN 978 88 222 6468 8. More information is available {{ :​publications:​dondi_-_printed_books_of_hours.pdf |here}}.\\
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 **The Quick Audit Tool (QAT), 2nd edition - November 2019**\\ **The Quick Audit Tool (QAT), 2nd edition - November 2019**\\
-This booklet aims to raise awareness of a speedy way for any library/​archive to see how their collection security policies and procedures compare against a baseline set by CERL institutions,​ both big and small, represented in CERL's Security Network Working Group. It provides guidelines and useful tips. The booklet is available in two formats: as a {{ :​publications:​quick_audit_tool_booklet_ed_2_print_version.pdf|booklet}} or on {{ :​publications:​quick_audit_tool_booklet_ed_2_screen_version.pdf|screen}}.\\+This booklet aims to raise awareness of a speedy way for any library/​archive to see how their collection security policies and procedures compare against a baseline set by CERL institutions,​ both big and small, represented in CERL's Security Network Working Group. It provides guidelines and useful tips. The booklet is available in two formats: as a {{ :​publications:​quickaudittoolbooklet_ed_2_print_version_final.pdf |booklet}} or on {{ :​publications:​quickaudittoolbooklet_ed_2_screen_version_final.pdf |screen}}.\\
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-//**Special announcement** (19 December 2019) - please note the following errata related to page 13 of the QAT.\\ 
-  - The title should be “Incident & Crisis Management”( not “Unusual & Crisis”).\\ 
-  - Question 95 should be "You have an agreed procedure to ensure the trace-ability of collection items moved during crisis management” (instead of “Collection security information is given to all new personnel and contractors as part of induction training”).\\ 
-An updated version of the QAT will be made available early January 2020.// 
  
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