Sarah Werner is an English scholar and author of the upcoming book Studying Early Printed Books 1450-1800: A Practical Guide, which is to be released in 2018. Werner has also served as the digital media strategist for the Folger Shakespeare Library. On her personal website, Werner offers this very helpful guide to digital collections of early-modern print books that are in the public domain. This guide includes links to major open-access collections at places like the Beinecke Library at Yale, the Ghent University Library, and the Huntington Library (to name just a few). In addition, Werner includes an extensive list of aggregator resources, such as Europeana and the Biodiversity Heritage Library, that scholars of early-modern print culture may want to check out. In creating this guide, Werner is careful to note limitations of certain resources, including limitations regarding fair use. In doing so, Werner has created a remarkably detailed "one stop shop" for scholars and instructors looking for early-modern resources.