Launched in 1996, The William Blake Archive was one of the first digital humanities projects. Now managed by a team of scholar editors across the U.S. in collaboration with the Carolina Digital Library and Archives (CDLA), The William Blake Archive has greatly expanded thanks to the support of numerous institutions. This website was skillfully redesigned in December 2016, allowing scholars and educators to explore this collection with greater ease. Visitors are invited to search the collection or browse by five categories: Illuminated Books, Commercial Book Illustrations, Separate Prints and Prints in Series, Drawings and Paintings, and Manuscripts and Typographic Works. Those new to the work of Blake may also want to check out the site's extensive biography and glossary that provides context to Blake's work.