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Tallinn Seminar

European Printed Heritage in Estonian Libraries

18 June 2009
Consortium of European Research Libraries (CERL)
Academic Library of Tallinn University

Tallinn University
Room U-213 (Riho Pätsi nim. kaldaauditoorium), Uus-Sadama 5

Preliminary programme

10.30–11.00 Registration

11.00–11.15 Welcome

11.15 –13.00 CERL session

Dr David Shaw (Joint Secretary of CERL)
1. The Consortium of European Research Libraries (CERL): a little about its past, and much more about its present and future

David Shaw
2. CERL Services I: The CERL Thesaurus

Drs Marian Lefferts (CERL Executive Manager)
3. CERL Services II: the Heritage of the Printed Book Database

Marian Lefferts
4. CERL Services III: the CERL Portal for Manuscripts and Early Printed Material

David Shaw
5. CERL Services IV: Supporting Provenance Research

13.00–14.00 Lunch break

14.00–14.30 Mr. Rene Haljasmäe, MA (Head of the department of conservation, Academic Library of Tallinn University)
Creating of WWW-Database of Incunabula in Memory Institutions of Estonia

14.30–15.00 Mrs. Malle Ermel (Head of the Manuscripts and Rare Books Department, University of Tartu Library)
Old books and historical special collections in the University of Tartu Library

15.00– 15.20 Coffee break

15.20–15.50 Mrs. Helle Maaslieb (Senior Librarian, Estonian Literary Museum)
Digitization of the Old Book Collection of the Archival Library on the Website of the Estonian Literacy Museum

15.50–16.20 Mrs. Larissa Petina, Ph.D. (Senior Researcher, National Library of Estonia)
Russian early printed books in the Estonian libraries

16.20– 16.50 Mrs. Tiiu Reimo, Ph.D. (Professor of Book Studies, Tallinn University)
Book Culture in Tallinn in the 17th century

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