>Many of you probably already know about this, but I was just cleaning out my file of stuff from 2007’s Kalamazoo conference (yeah, OK, I’ve been a little disorganized this year), and I ran across a flyer for The Free Library of Philadelphia’s Digital Collection of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts. The home page is here.
I don’t know their collection well, but the highlights page is mostly religious and very high-end courtly works, all with illuminations, of course. (That’s a topic for a post in and of itself — the digital bias towards pretty pictures.) But what I found immediately useful was the one-page “Manuscript Basics” introduction — good for giving students a quickie overview of how a manuscript was made (although, again, with an emphasis on religious texts).
Just thought I’d pass on the info.