Seminars and Courses
Fragmentarium serves the classroom, not merely by presenting subject matter for presentations and research projects, but by turning training exercises into scholarly contributions on a global scale.
From the launch of the Digital Laboratory in 2017, Fragmentarium has featured prominently in courses, seminars, and modules on medieval paleography and codicology, archival and library science, digital humanities, and fragmentology. Larger groups of students use a dedicated school server to explore the front and back end of a cutting-edge Digital Humanities platform. Seminars and advanced students have been able to use Fragmentarium to publish descriptions and images of fragments, both those from local collections and those held in institutions around the world.
Recent seminars and courses featuring Fragmentarium include:
- Fédération Internationale des Institutes d'Études Médiévales, Diplôme Européen des Études Médiévales (DEEM), 2021
- Simmons School of Library and Information Science (Boston, MA), The Medieval Manuscript from Charlemagne to Gutenberg, 2017-2020
- Università di Macerata, Laboratorio di Umanesimo Digitale, 2017-2019, 2021
- Universität Erfurt, Theologie, Kirchenrecht und Geschichte in Bruchstücken. Fragmentforschung im digitalen Zeitalter, 2021
- University College Dublin, Seminar Module on Manuscript Fragments, Archives and Records Management Course, 2021
- University of Victoria (Canada), In the Archives, 2021
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