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Information Technology for the Middle Ages is an interdisciplinary section in which the most important information technology applications in artistic, archaeological, philosophical, linguistic, literary and historical studies will be presented. The space will function as a link between the different fields of research present in SPOLIA (itself an information technology tool for the Middle Ages), therefore underlining the project's unity despite the variety of themes. The main task will be the updating of the material, accompanied by reference to texts or experiments which have become fundamental in the brief history of what is becoming more and more a new and autonomous field of studies, which can be defined as "information technology for the humanities".

I will also describe the main online resources on the Middle Ages, creating an index with direct access - through links - to the other sites dealing with medieval studies.

I warmly ask readers to collaborate and thank in advance all those who will participate with contributions and suggestions.

Teresa Nocita

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