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Leveraging the TEI: Making your markup work for you

  • 20 Jul 2015
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  • 24 Jul 2015
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  • University of Oxford, Oxford, U.K.

The Guidelines of the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) provide the most widely used technical framework for the production of digital scholarly editions of primary sources. This workshop will provide participants with an in depth understanding of the organization of the TEI system, focussing on those parts of it relevant to the production, analysis, and dissemination and visualization of digital resources in a scholarly context. It will combine lectures describing relevant parts of the latest version of the TEI P5 Guidelines with practical exercises, including (if necessary) a beginners introduction to TEI-XML as well as detailed explanations of those aspects of the TEI Guidelines most useful in the transcription, description, analysis, and distribution of primary source materials in digital form. The Workshop will also include extensive opportunities for participants to experiment with some of currently available software systems for publication, analysis and visualisation, and to discuss with experts the requirements of their own projects.

This workshop runs as part of the Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School. For more information:

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