It has become a truism to state that the Internet has revolutionised the way in which students and researchers are able to access materials within the field of Syriac studies (Michelson 2016, 64–65). Every year more and more material becomes available online. This is of undoubted benefit to the field and to all those concerned with it, although as always great care must be taken with all online material to ensure its quality and reliability. It ought further to be emphasised that particular resources (books, manuscripts, journals etc.) must never be privileged over others simply because they are more easily accessible. For further discussion of the issues, see Kristian S. Heal, “Corpora, elibraries and Databases: Locating Syriac Studies in the 21st century” (2012).