The editors wish to thank the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada for an Insight Grant awarded in 2018 primarily to support doctoral students involved in the research. They also wish to acknowledge the generosity of the Alexander-von-Humboldt-Stiftung for its support of the initial collaboration between Prof. Herren (York University / University of Toronto) and Prof. Sauer (University of Munich) in 2013. Further thanks are due to the editors and staff of the Old English Dictionary Project for allowing access to its website and physical facilities and the helpful and kindly staffs of the Bibliothèque (Médiothèque) municipale of Épinal and the Universitätsbibliothek of the University of Erfurt for granting permission to examine their manuscripts in situ. Individuals who have been especially helpful in promoting this project include Janet Friskney (York University), Haruko Momma (New York University), Joanna Story (University of Leicester), Anne McLaughlin (Parker Library), Michael Lapidge (University of Cambridge), Carlotta Dionisotti (Kings College London), Robert Getz, Stephen Pelle, and Catherine Monahan (Dictionary of Old English), and John Magee (University of Toronto). We are also grateful to Xin Xiang for her help with launching the website, Épinal-Erfurt Glossary Project. A final round of thanks to editorial assistants Dylan Wilkerson and Cameron Laird for their hard work, ingenuity, and dedication to the project in its first year. At the same time, we welcome the addition of Deanna Brooks to the project as it continues into its second and subsequent years.