The search interface shown at the EEBO-TCP demonstration site is in the
early stages of development, and at present it contains a scant eight
titles. Nonetheless, feedback is welcome.
Based at the University of Michigan and Oxford University, the EEBO-TCP is funded by a growing pool of libraries who in turn receive full rights to the encoded text files. Because the works to be encoded date from 1475 to 1700, they present a unique set of challenges - among them, blackletter fonts, marred pages, and complex printing conventions. The EEBO-TCP's database aims to make these works far more accessible while maintaining the integrity of the source texts.
EEBO-TCP Project Development Liaison
University of Michigan
205 Hatcher Library
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
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