Introduction to Scholarly Markup and the TEI

October 30th, 2015, 10:30-12:00 P.M.
Location: Wilson Media Lab, 220 Davis Family Library

Photo of pen on page with red editing marks
Photo by Flickr user Nic McPhee, used under Creative Commons Licensing.

Sarah Stanley, an alumnus of the Northeastern University Women Writers Project, will lead a session on how to conduct research using scholarly markup. During the session, Sarah will provide an overview of the Text Encoding Initiative guidelines for markup and will also share some current projects that use the TEI. Finally, Sarah will provide a demonstration of the different tools and platforms you can use to create and publish TEI data. If you are looking to start a markup project, but don’t know where to begin, this session will provide you with a starting-point. No prior experience with markup is necessary.

Open to all Middlebury faculty, staff, and students.

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