TEI Training - part II

Speaker:
Hans Clausen, Gerlinde Schneider
Abstract:
The XML/TEI is a widely used standardized markup language maintained and developed by the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI). Over the last three decades the standard has become fundamental for digital scholarship and is used for digital scholarly editing and text analysis all over the world. This tutorial will give an  overview to the possibilities and advantages the use of the TEI offers to humanities scholars and their projects. First, we will introduce the descriptive markup language XML as a foundational technique for the structuring and annotation of text. In the second part, we will give an overview to the guidelines and the XML-based vocabulary of the TEI and how it can be used to represent various humanities perspectives on text in a standardized way. The tutorial will be a combination of theoretical input and hands-on exercises.
Length:
01:14:21
Date:
28/11/2019
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