Introduction to TEI Encoding and Schema Design

Northeastern University
04–06 Apr 2018

Syd Bauman, Sarah Connell, and Julia Flanders
Digital Scholarship Group, Northeastern University Libraries

Please note that this schedule and the slides linked below will be updated as we get closer to the workshop in April.

Schedule

― Wed, 04 Apr ―

Session 0 09:30–09:45 Welcome, introductions, logistics
Session 1 09:45–10:45 Introduction to text encoding (JF, slides: HTML, TEI)
10:45–11:00 break
Session 2 11:00–12:15 Essentials of XML (SB, slides: HTML, TEI)
12:15–13:15 lunch!
Session 3 13:15–14:45 Basics of TEI markup (SC, slides: HTML, TEI)
Session 4 14:45–16:00 Using oXygen and hands-on encoding practice (see “Download Instructions for Exercise Materials”)
Session 5 16:00–17:00 Advanced encoding features, part 1 (SC, slides: HTML, TEI)

― Thu, 05 Apr ―

09:30–09:45 Questions and (maybe) answers
Session 6 09:45–10:45 Advanced encoding features, part 2 (SC, same slides: HTML, TEI)
10:45–11:00 break
Session 7 11:00–12:15 Metadata and contextual information (SB & SC, TEI header template, slides: HTML, TEI)
12:15–13:15 lunch!
Session 8 13:15–14:30 Hands-on practice
Session 9 14:30–15:30 Overview of customization and the TEI Guidelines (JF, slides: HTML, TEI; demo group customization in Roma)
15:30–15:45 break
Session 10 15:45–17:00 Making customization and encoding decisions (JF, slides: HTML, TEI)

― Fri, 06 Apr ―

09:30–09:45 Questions and (maybe) answers
Session 11 09:45–11:00 Vocabulary for customization (JF, slides: HTML, TEI; first demo ODD)
Session 12 11:00–12:00 Group customization practice
12:00–13:00 lunch!
Session 13 13:00–14:00 Hands on customization
14:00–14:15 break
Session 14 14:15–15:15 Workshopping participants’ customizations and encoding plans
Session 15 15:15–16:15 Hands-on practice
Wrap-up 16:15–16:45 Review;
Questions and (maybe) answers;
Where to find more

Resources

Materials for Download

The resource page has links to all the slide sets (whether used in this seminar or not), interesting web sites we may have shown, and useful TEI links