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At Last: Our Publicly Accessible Portal to Search, Browse, and Read ECCO-TCP

In April 2011, we announced that restrictions had been lifted from around 2,200 TCP texts from Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO). Within hours, we heard from many folks who were frustrated that our announcement didn’t seem to have any teeth: Although we could (and did!) distribute the raw encoded text files to anyone who asked, […]

Philologic @ NU Merges EEBO-TCP and ProQuest Databases into a Single Searchable Corpus

After the recent announcement about the most recent release of TCP texts, Jeff Garrett got in touch and asked us to remind TCP users–especially those at libraries in the Committee on Institutional Cooperation–about the specialized searching made possible by the PhiloLogic implementation at Northwestern University. Today, I’m glad to publish this guest post from him.  […]

On the 12th Day of Christmas

Epiphany, which falls on January 6, celebrates the revelation of Jesus to the Gentile community with the visitation and adoration of the Magi.