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Cervantesvirtual.com renews the image of its Joan Lluís Vives Virtual Library

The Miguel de Cervantes Virtual Library has renewed the design of its Joan Lluís Vives Virtual Library , which now structures its contents in a clear and intuitive way, which makes it easier for users to consult.

The Joan Lluís Vives Virtual Library offers direct access to information on institutional portals of cervantesvirtual.com , such as those dedicated to the Library of Catalonia and the Abbey of Montserrat , as well as the sections dedicated to writers of the stature of Joan Maragall and Constantí Llombart ; but, without a doubt, the Tirant Lo Blanc Work Library is the most relevant space within the Joan Lluís Vives, as it collects a considerable number of materials, all of them related to the work of Joanot Martorell, jewel of medieval literature.

Likewise, it incorporates a new very useful section, Libraries , a section that details one by one all the libraries of the universities that make up the Joan Lluís Vives Xarxa and that facilitates the link to those institutions. This new service is added to the already classics of cervantesvirtual.com in which facsimile editions, studies and doctoral theses, periodical publications, audiovisual files, images, concordances, etc. are made available to Internet users.

The Joan Lluís Vives Virtual Library is the result of an agreement between the Miguel de Cervantes Virtual Library Foundation and the Joan Lluís Vives Institute , and its main objective is to progressively incorporate the projects presented by university libraries and cultural institutions in the Catalan linguistic field -Valencian.

Miguel de Cervantes Virtual Library

The Miguel de Cervantes Virtual Library, born on July 27, 1999 at the initiative of the University of Alicante, the Santander Group and the Marcelino Botín Foundation, is currently being developed under the tutelage of the Miguel de Cervantes Virtual Library Foundation, an institution non-profit organization chaired by the writer Mario Vargas Llosa. Since its birth, it has served more than 285 million pages. Its collections, freely accessible through the Internet, present more than 20,000 bibliographic records, which makes it the international reference portal for Hispanic cultures.

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