What you said

two shelves of books in old bindingsThanks to the generosity, collegiality and scholarship of the keynote speakers and delegates, we enjoyed the 2012 conference hugely, and continue to follow up ideas raised there.

With many thanks to everyone who tweeted the conference, here are the proceedings presented on Storify.


Professor Martin Mueller reflected on “Revolutionizing Early Modern Studies”? The Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership in 2012 in a blog-post.

Here are some thoughts from other conference delegates:

Thank you so much for putting on such a stimulating, well-organised and collegial conference.

I wanted to send a personal thank you for taking such good care of all of us. It was an amazing conference that has really opened my eyes to the wealth of possibilities EEBO-TCP provides.

It was just so very helpful for me, and one of the greatest experiences I’ve had in academia, ever.  A great mix of everything: senior researchers and young investigators; serious scholarship and good craic; intellectual engagement and graceful logistics; diverse interests but enough common ground to give the two-days a centre.  I am so glad I had the opportunity to participate.

Many thanks for organising such a wonderful conference and congratulations for the huge success! […] Thanks again and see you hopefully at the 2nd EEBO-TCP conference.

Come and experience an EEBO-TCP conference for yourself! Early Modern Texts: Digital Methods and Methodologies will be held on 16 – 17 September 2013 in Oxford.

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