Intensive Introduction to TEI
GSLIS, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
April 2014

Syd Bauman, Northeastern University
Julia Flanders, Northeastern University


Friday, 25 April

Session 1, 18:00–19:30 Introduction to XML (optional but recommended)

Saturday, 26 April

Session 2, 09:00–09:45 Introduction to Markup and the TEI

Session 3, 10:00–12:00 Basics of TEI Encoding and oXygen

Lunch on your own.

Session 4, 13:30–15:30 Hands-on encoding using participants own texts

Session 5, 15:45–17:00 Advanced encoding features

Sunday, 27 April

Session 6, 09:00–10:30 TEI header and contextual information [We switched to this talk mid-stream, and showed this slide in answer to Kristen’s question]

Session 7, 10:45–12:00 Hands-on encoding

Lunch on your own.

Session 8, 13:15–15:15 XSLT and publication tools; demo of TEI Boilerplate; more hands-on encoding

Session 9, 15:30–17:15 TEI Customization (with a focus on the TEI in Libraries best practices customizations); questions & answers, issues & discussion

Wrap-up, 17:15–17:30 How to participate in the TEI and find out more


Materials for Download

We're not planning to cover CSS, but that materials for download link above includes links to a CSS cribsheet and another one, and lots of other useful stuff.

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