Polonika z „Berlinki” w Bibliotece Jagiellońskiej. Projekt „Proweniencje poloników z Pruskiej Biblioteki Państwowej, tzw. Berlinki, przechowywanej w Bibliotece Jagiellońskiej". Analiza zasobu w oparciu o repozytorium cyfrowe. Sprawozdanie z pierwszego roku realizacji
The ‘Polonica’ from the ‘Berlin collection’ in the Jagiellonian Library. The project entitled The provenances of the ‘Polonica’ from the former Prussian State Library, also known as ‘Berlinka’, kept in the Jagiellonian Library. A resource analysis based on the digital repository. Report on the first year of the project
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This article provides basic information about one of the major projects currently run by the Jagiellonian Library. This project, created and directed by Dr. Jacek Partyka from the Jagiellonian Library, was started in February 2013 and will last for three years, until February 2016. This project has been given the whole financial asset that it required and involves the work of a large team of high-class specialist in the field. The aim of the project is to conduct a thorough research on the so-called ‘Berlin collection’ (Berlinka) with the aim of deciphering the provenance notes on the Polonica. It will cover early printed books, manuscripts, musical prints and autographs, as well as modern books, and newspapers. All these objects will be catalogued, scanned, and eventually published in Jagiellonian Digital Library, which is the largest digital library in Poland. Thanks to this, they will become available to researchers worldwide.
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