TEI at Kalamazoo

Dot porter announces that there will be two TEI-related sessions at Kalamazoo this year taught by James C. Cummings of Oxford
The Medieval Academy of America Committee on Electronic Resources is
pleased to announce two TEI workshops to be held at the International
Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, MI, in May 2007. Both workshops will be
on Thursday, May 10 (sessions 32 and 138; see
http://www.wmich.edu/medieval/congress/sessions.html for complete
conference schedule).
1) XML and the Text Encoding Initiative Workshop I: Introduction to TEI Encoding
This workshop offers an introduction to best practices for digital scholarship, taught by a medievalist, James C. Cummings, specifically for medievalists. Instruction includes introductory-level XML and structural encoding, as well as new TEI P5 standards and guidelines, markup concerns for medieval transcription, and a brief consideration of XML Editors.
2) XML and the Text Encoding Initiative Workshop II: Advanced TEI Encoding and
Customization
This workshop offers advanced instruction in advanced topics in TEI encoding and the customization of the TEI for an individual project’s needs, taught by a medievalist,
James C. Cummings, specifically for medievalists. Instruction includes metadata
for medieval manuscript description, advanced-level concepts of TEI P5 modularization, schema generation and customization for individual projects, and a brief survey of related technologies.

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