Ceres Online Publications Interactive use electronic media and the Internet to share and even
conduct Renaissance research. COPIA was a development of CERES (Cambridge English Renaissance Electronic Service), which started out in the 1990s as a way of sharing information about electronic resources relating to early modern literature. The projects gathered under COPIA are the longest-lasting outcome of that work. The English Handwriting course was a forerunner of another project, Scriptorium.
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