WWP Presentations for Teaching and Learning Text Encoding

Interested in teaching or learning TEI? The slides, lecture notes, and other materials here were developed by the WWP for the workshops we teach, but they can also be a starting point for self-guided study. They are made available here for public reuse under a Creative Commons license. For versions of these materials that were used in a specific seminar or workshop, please visit the site for the event in question.

These presentations are authored in a customized version of TEI. You can view the slides and lecture notes, and also download or view the source TEI. More information about the schema and stylesheets used for authoring and using these materials is available here.

Introducing XML and the TEI

1. Thinking about Digital Research Materials source, notes, slides
2. Modeling Humanities Data source, notes, slides
3. Overview of the TEI source, notes, slides
4. Motives for Text Encoding source, notes, slides
5. Brief Introduction to XML source, notes, slides
6. More Details on XML source, notes, slides

Get Started with Text Encoding

7. Basic TEI Encoding source, notes, slides
8. Basic TEI Encoding (manuscript emphasis) source, notes, slides
9. Next Steps: More Advanced Markup source, notes, slides
10. Basic Contextual Encoding source, notes, slides
11. Basic Manuscript Encoding source, notes, slides

More on Specialized Topics

12. Advanced Contextual Encoding source, notes, slides
13. Advanced Manuscript Encoding source, notes, slides
14. Metadata and the TEI Header source, notes, slides
15. Encoding Renditional Information source, notes, slides
16. Figures and Graphics source, notes, slides
17. Linking and Pointers source, notes, slides
18. Overlapping Hierarchies source, notes, slides
19. Representing Non-Unicode Characters source, notes, slides

Understanding the Technical Side of the TEI

20. Introducing TEI Customization source, notes, slides
21. Basic ODD-Writing source, notes, slides
22. Advanced ODD-Writing source, notes, slides
23. Basic RelaxNG for ODD-Writing source, notes, slides
24. XPath and Schematron for TEI Customization source, notes, slides

Availability and Reuse

These materials are developed by Syd Bauman and Julia Flanders and published by the Women Writers Project. We welcome reuse of these materials.

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