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The “TEI_customization” for writing TEI customizations

The “TEI_customization” for writing TEI customizations

By Syd Bauman This blog post describes the history behind and recent release of the “tei_customization” schema available in the oXygen TEI framework.  As many readers of this blog already know, the Text Encoding Initiative schema is designed to be customized by its users. The customization process enables individual projects or user communities to alter the TEI’s constraints and make them more restrictive, more permissive, or just plain different. While the strategic value of such customization is a subject of…

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WWP in Images: Events, Celebrations, and Outreach

WWP in Images: Events, Celebrations, and Outreach

By Kyle Wholey, Anjelica Oswald, and Julia Flanders This is the second post in our new series celebrating the Women Writers Project’s 30th anniversary by featuring images from the project’s history.  Since 1988, the WWP has focused on collaborative projects that involve faculty, students, and the community of those interested in early women’s writing and text encoding. Through these various collaborations, the WWP has expanded both our community and our collection of texts. Here, we cover the outreach materials that…

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