World Wide Web und Catalogue Enrichment - Möglichkeiten des verbesserten Nachweises von mikroverfilmten Handschriften und Inkunabeln

Ikas, Wolfgang-Valentin; Litten, Freddy
May 2007
Bibliotheksdienst;mai2007, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p547
Trade Publication
The article discusses a microfilm collection of handwriting and incunabla at the Bavarian State Library, with examples of manuscripts and illuminations dating back to the Middle Ages, largely from the British Library and libraries at Oxford and Cambridge Universities. With new "catalogue enrichment" technology the microfilm collection can be more easily searched.


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