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resources:provenance:main [2019/03/14 15:47]
lefferts [Provenance Information]
resources:provenance:main [2019/05/17 10:15] (current)
lefferts [CERL Provenance Digital Archive]
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   * [[http://​arkyves.org/​r/​cerl/​pda|Access the CERL Provenance Digital Archive]]   * [[http://​arkyves.org/​r/​cerl/​pda|Access the CERL Provenance Digital Archive]]
   * [[https://​www.cerl.org/​resources/​provenance/​geographical|External electronic resources recording provenance information]]   * [[https://​www.cerl.org/​resources/​provenance/​geographical|External electronic resources recording provenance information]]
-  * Information about [[https://​www.cerl.org/​resources/​provenance/​main#​cerl_provenance_database|Can-you-help?​ database and CERL Provenance Digital Archive]]+  * Information about [[https://​www.cerl.org/​resources/​provenance/​main#​cerl_provenance_digital_archive|Can-you-help?​ database and CERL Provenance Digital Archive]]
  
 Interest in provenance information goes in and out of fashion. Once it was a bibliophilic interest concerned with authors’ association copies and books belonging to great men. Following the rise of the history of the book in the 1980s and 1990s, provenance studies have become an important ingredient in the work of social and cultural historians dealing with questions of readership and literacy. The ownership of books by craftsmen and women is now as significant as that of kings and archbishops. At the same time, a separate development of concern about the security of library collections has widened interest in recording provenances of all sorts, ancient and modern. Interest in provenance information goes in and out of fashion. Once it was a bibliophilic interest concerned with authors’ association copies and books belonging to great men. Following the rise of the history of the book in the 1980s and 1990s, provenance studies have become an important ingredient in the work of social and cultural historians dealing with questions of readership and literacy. The ownership of books by craftsmen and women is now as significant as that of kings and archbishops. At the same time, a separate development of concern about the security of library collections has widened interest in recording provenances of all sorts, ancient and modern.
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-<form action="​https://​ipi.cerl.org/cgi-bin/search.pl" method="​post">​+<form action="​https://​data.cerl.org/ipi/_search" method="​post">​
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     <​h3>​Former Owners of Incunabula</​h3>​     <​h3>​Former Owners of Incunabula</​h3>​
-<div style="​font-size:​smaller;​color:​grey;​margin-bottom:​0.5em">​Lookup former owners in P. Needham'​s <a href="​https://​ipi.cerl.org/cgi-bin/search.pl?​start=true"><​b>​Index Possessorum Incunabulorum</​b></​a>​.</​div>​+<div style="​font-size:​smaller;​color:​grey;​margin-bottom:​0.5em">​Lookup former owners in P. Needham'​s <a href="​https://​data.cerl.org/ipi/_search"><​b>​Index Possessorum Incunabulorum</​b></​a>​.</​div>​
                <​input type="​text"​ size="​60"​ name="​query"/>​                <​input type="​text"​ size="​60"​ name="​query"/>​
                <​button type="​submit">​Search</​button>​                <​button type="​submit">​Search</​button>​
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-<form action="​https://​ebob.cerl.org/cgi-bin/search.pl" method="​post">​+<form action="​https://​data.cerl.org/ebob/_search" method="​post">​
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     <​h3>​Early Book Owners in Britain</​h3>​     <​h3>​Early Book Owners in Britain</​h3>​
-<div style="​font-size:​smaller;​color:​grey;​margin-bottom:​0.5em">​Lookup British Bookowners and their books until ca. 1550 from <a href="​https://​ebob.cerl.org/cgi-bin/search.pl"><​b>​EBOB</​b></​a>​.</​div>​+<div style="​font-size:​smaller;​color:​grey;​margin-bottom:​0.5em">​Lookup British Bookowners and their books until ca. 1550 from <a href="​https://​data.cerl.org/ebob/_search"><​b>​EBOB</​b></​a>​.</​div>​
                <​input type="​text"​ size="​60"​ name="​query"/>​                <​input type="​text"​ size="​60"​ name="​query"/>​
-               <input type="​hidden"​ value="​default"​ name="​type"/>​+               
  
                <​button type="​submit">​Search</​button>​                <​button type="​submit">​Search</​button>​
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 The Can-You-Help?​ database that CERL offered to help to identify a book plate, a binding stamp, a library label or stamp, or to read and identify an owner'​s inscription,​ has been suspended. A new service, created in the context of the [[http://​arkyves.org/​r/​cerl/​pda|CERL Provenance Digital Archive]] (hosted by Arkyves), has been created. ​ The Can-You-Help?​ database that CERL offered to help to identify a book plate, a binding stamp, a library label or stamp, or to read and identify an owner'​s inscription,​ has been suspended. A new service, created in the context of the [[http://​arkyves.org/​r/​cerl/​pda|CERL Provenance Digital Archive]] (hosted by Arkyves), has been created. ​
  
-This database ​provides a user environment for recording provenance evidence for both identified and unidentified former owners. After you have logged in with your Google, Facebook or ORCID account, you can post provenance evidences (including images) and post replies to other people'​s uploads (including requests for assistance in identifying former owners).+The CERL PDA provides a user environment for recording provenance evidence for both identified and unidentified former owners. After you have logged in with your Google, Facebook or ORCID account, you can post provenance evidences (including images) and post replies to other people'​s uploads (including requests for assistance in identifying former owners). More information on how to use the CERL PDA is available {{ :​resources:​provenance:​2019_guidelines_for_describing_images_in_the_cerl_provenance_digital_archive_versie_v0.3_cd.docx |here}}.
  
-Queries posted on the Can-You-Help?​ database until 2009 are available For further information,​ go to [[:​resources:​provenance:​can_you_help|here]]. CERL plans to migrate queries posted on the Can-You-Help?​ database between December 2009 - August 2018 to the CERL Provenance Digital Archive.+Click on this [[http://​arkyves.org/​r/​view/​cerlpda_a912d/​him_CERLCANYOUHELP|link]] to see all provenance evidences where we could use your help to identify the former owner. If you have the solution or perhaps a suggestion for further research, please click on the image. In the record that is then shown, you can leave your comments in a text box which you find in the top right of your screen.  
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 +Queries posted on the Can-You-Help?​ database until 2009 are available For further information,​ go [[:​resources:​provenance:​can_you_help|here]]. CERL plans to migrate queries posted on the Can-You-Help?​ database between December 2009 - August 2018 to the CERL Provenance Digital Archive.
  
  
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