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1. Course objectives

  1. An introduction to the concepts of text markup and XML
  2. An understanding of the purpose and principles of the Text Encoding Initiative.
  3. A review of the coverage and modules of TEI
  4. An understanding of the customization and internationalization features of TEI P5
  5. Practical experience in:
    • using online tools to build and document a TEI-conformant schema
    • using XML editing software to
      • create new encoded texts
      • standardize existing digital texts

2. Course Summary

0930-1015
Digital Text with TEI and XML. What is text? What is XML? How does XML represent text? talk-intro.xml
1015-1030
Discussion of individual projects and related encoding decisions;
1030-1045
coffee break
1045-1130
Basic TEI talk-overview.xml
1130-1200
Exercise: editing XML
1200-1230
Making and mending XML documents: the options talk-editing.xml
1330-1400
The TEI core modules (structure, header, core) talk-core.xml
1400-1430
Customizing the TEI. How do you use the TEI modular structure? talk-odds.xml
1430-1515
Exercise: Using the Roma application to generate TEI customizations.
1515-1530
Teabreak
1530-1600
More TEI modules (Analysis, Linking, Tables, Graphics) talk-modules.xml
1600-1630
Accessing XML Documents: some examples. talk-publishing.xml


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