Welcome to EEBO Interactions
EEBO Interactions is a social network for Early English Books Online (EEBO) that allows its registered users to
- comment upon works and authors in EEBO
- debate issues connected with early printed books
- correct and improve existing attribution and dating information
- highlight and review new scholarship
- ask teaching and research questions
- share knowledge
- analyze texts
- link to related resources on the web and
- interact with other EEBO users around the world
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