||Annual Meeting 2015
Annual meeting of the members of Digital Scriptorium was held on 11 September 2015 at the Grolier Club in New York City.
Ruth Mortimer Rare Book Room of the Neilson Library joins Digital Scriptorium.
Happy New Year road trip.
Exciting new material and opportunities for research.
||Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library joins Digital Scriptorium
Digital Scriptorium extends a very warm welcome to its newest partner, the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library of Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.
||Spencer Art Reference Library joins Digital Scriptorium
Digital Scriptorium extends a very warm welcome to its newest partner, the Spencer Art Reference Library of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri.
||Digital Scriptorium back home at Berkeley
The Digital Scriptorium once again hosted by the University of California, Berkeley Library.
||Digital Scriptorium returns to Berkeley
The Digital Scriptorium, the University of California, Berkeley, and Columbia University announce the return of the Digital Scriptorium to its original home at Berkeley.
||Forty-five images from the Ellesmere Chaucer now on Digital Scriptorium
The forty-five are images taken of EL 26 C 9, the Ellesmere Chaucer at the Huntington Library.
Digital Scriptorium Survey results available
The results are in! Learn more about the feedback we received and how people around the world use DS.
Highlights of Digital Scriptorium website created
Features important and beautiful manuscripts from each participating institution.
Digital Scriptorium Survey
We would like to hear more about your opinions on Digital Scriptorium and its future. Please take a few minutes to complete our survey.
New Digital Scriptorium website
Columbia University Libraries has launched an enhanced and expanded version of Digital Scriptorium, the online visual catalog of medieval and renaissance manuscripts.
Columbia University Libraries Awarded NEH Grant for Digital Scriptorium Project
Under the two-year grant, the online project will move from its current home at the University of California, Berkeley, to Columbia. Jean Ashton, Director of the Rare Book and Manuscript Library, is the principal investigator on the grant.