Campagnolo, Alberto, and Dot Porter. In press. “Modelling and Visualizing the Collation Structure of the Great Biblical Codices with VisColl.” In Textual History of the Bible, edited by Rus Fuller, Armin Lange, and Hannah Tervanotko. Vol. 3 (Science and Analysis). Leiden: Brill. 

Campagnolo, Alberto. In press. “Insides and Outsides.” In Unfinished Book, edited by Alexandra Gilllespie and Deidre Lynch. Oxford Twenty-First Century Approaches to Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 

Campagnolo, Alberto. 2015. “Bit by Bit. Is the Book as an Object Entering the Digital World?” In I Beni Bibliografici Nelle Strategie Dei Fondi Europei. Atti Del Convegno. Siracusa, ISISC, 3-4 Dicembre 2015, edited by Alberto Campagnolo, Lucia Catalano, Rosalia Claudia Giordano, and Gabriele Lo Piccolo, 91–112. Palermo: Assessorato dei Beni Culturali e dell’Identità siciliana; Dipartimento B.C. e I.S. 

Campagnolo, Alberto, Dot Porter, Erin Connelly, Doug Emery, and Dennis Mullen. 2018. “Virtually Disbinding Codices: Visualisation of the Construction of Codex Textblocks.” In Care and Conservation of Manuscripts 16. Proceedings of the Sixteenth International Seminar Held at the University of Copenhagen 13th–15th April 2016, edited by Matthew James Driscoll, 77–90. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press; University of Copenhagen. 

Emery, R. Douglas, Dot Porter, and Alberto Campagnolo. 2014. “Taking Manuscripts Apart, and Putting Them Together.” In Digital Humanities 2014. Book of Abstracts, 458–59. Lausanne: EPFL-UNIL University of Lausanne.

McDowell, Jesse. 2015. “UPenn LJS 101. Current Collation.” VisColl. 2015.

McDowell, Jesse. 2015. “UPenn LJS 101. Quire 2 (Corrected Collation).” VisColl. 2015.

McDowell, Jesse. 2015. “An Ideal Collation of LJS 101.” Blog. The Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies (blog). November 16, 2015.

Porter, Dot. 2018. “Using VisColl to Visualize Parker on the Web: Reports on an Experiment.” Dot Porter Digital (blog). March 18, 2018.

Porter, Dot, Alberto Campagnolo, and Erin Connelly. 2017. “VisColl: A New Collation Tool for Manuscript Studies.” In Kodikologie & Paläographie Im Digitalen Zeitalter 4 | Codicology & Palaeography in the Digital Age 4, edited by Hannah Busch, Franz Fischer, and Patrick Sahle, 81–100. Schriften Des Instituts Für Dokumentologie Und Editorik 11. Norderstedt: Books on Demand GmbH.

Porter, Dot, Alexandra Gillespie, Alberto Campagnolo, Laura Mitchell, and Rachel Di Cresce. 2017. “VisColl: Visualizing the Physical Structure of Medieval Manuscripts, a Poster and Demonstration.” In Digital Humanities 2017. Book of Abstracts, 778–79. Montréal: McGill University; Université de Montréal.

Mitchell, Laura and Rachel Di Cresce. 2017. “Visualizing Manuscript Collations,” May 2017 issue of Manuscripts on My Mind quarterly newsletter of the Vatican Film Library


Campagnolo, Alberto. 2020. “From Words to Diagrams. Modelling and Automated Visualizations of Historical Bookbinding and Collation Structures. {In Other Words, Steps towards Digital Codicology}.” Doctoral lesson presented at the Doctoral Training 2019-2020, University of Verona, January 29.

Lockhart, Jessica. 2018.  “VisColl and the Cambridge MSS.” Presentation for Workshop, “VisColl and the Digital Catalogue of the Pre-1500 Manuscripts and Incunables of the Canterbury Tales,” Toronto, September 14.

Di Cresce, Rachel. 2018. “Using IIIF to Teach Rare Books and Special Collections”. Presentation at the IFLA Rare Book and Special Collection Section, National Library of Norway, April 12.

Mitchell, Laura. 2017. “Collating the Canterbury Tales: A Demonstration of the VisColl Application,” Presentation at BH+DH, Madison WI, September.

Di Cresce, Rachel. 2017. “Visualizing Manuscript Collation”. Presentation at IIIF Vatican, June 07.

Mitchell, Laura. 2017. “Digital Tools for Manuscript Study: Collation and the Canterbury Tales.” Presentation at 52nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May.

Di Cresce, Rachel and Bolintineanu, Alexandra. 2017. “Omeka, Mirador and Viscoll: Developing modular, interoperable tools with IIIF”. Presentation at DPLAfest, Chicago Public Library, April.

Di Cresce, Rachel. 2016. “Digital Tools for Manuscript Study: Facilitating Knowledge Creation”. Presentation at the Digital Library Federation Forum, Nov 7.

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