Corpus Christi College (Cambridge), the Stanford University Libraries, and the University of Cambridge are pleased to announce the release of the Parker Library on the Web beta version [Link].
Parker Library on the Web is a web-based workspace designed to support research and teaching with the manuscripts of the Parker Library at Corpus. When complete, the site will include images of all 538 manuscripts; an updated and expanded version of M.R. James’ descriptive catalog; and digitized editions, translations, and secondary scholarship. The project is supported by the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
The beta site replaces the earlier prototype at the same address: [Link]. The beta version offers an enhanced user interface and manuscript viewing, with expanded metadata, bibliography, and page images for over seventy-five manuscripts. To obtain full access, users will need to register and accept an agreement covering permitted uses. We encourage scholars and students in all relevant disciplines to visit the site and provide feedback. The project team can be reached at parkerweb@lists.stanford.edu

Illustration: (c) Ms 33, Glossed Gospels of Mark and John, f. 175v détail. XII/XIIIe s.