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The project is supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research, project #07-04-12140

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(c) "Information Technologies and Textual Heritage", 2008-2016

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School materials on the site of the NSU PDF Print E-mail
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, 29 2015
School materials on the site of the Novosibirsk State University.
 
TRANSCRIBING AND EDITING AN EARLY MODERN FRENCH TEXT WITH TEI & FROM THE BASIC TO THE CRITICAL EDITION OF ANNOTATED BOOKS (THE EXAMPLE OF MONTAIGNE) PDF Print E-mail
Written by: - (Marie-Luce Demonet)   
, 25 2015

(4 -, 23-24 2015 .)

1. Transcribing and editing an Early Modern French text with TEI

This course will describe the principles of transcription that are used at the Center for Renaissance Studies, for Early Modern French texts. I will explain the history of the corpus « Epistemon », the changes we decided according to the evolution of tools and technology ; why we adopted the TEI standard so late, and what were, and sometimes, still are, the barriers and difficulties we meet in our projects : non-Unicode characters, ligatures, spelling variants, unknown words, missing punctuation…
 
TEI TXM & BFM: PDF Print E-mail
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, 25 2015

(6 ,  16–18 2015 .)

1-2: « TEI TXM»   XML-TEI TXM.
 
WHAT IS THE TEI? A PRACTICAL INTRODUCTION TO THE TEXT ENCODING INITIATIVE PDF Print E-mail
Written by: Lou Burnard   
, 25 2015

© (Lou Burnard). , . TEI

(10 , 11-13  2015 .)

What is the TEI?  This introductory lecture presents the origins, history, and development of the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) : a widely-used infrastructure permitting the definition of interchangeable encoding systems for scholarly digital resources. The TEI's origins predate the World Wide Web, yet it continues to be developed and maintained. What is the secret of its longevity and why is it still relevant?  To answer these questions, we will trace the history of the TEI's recommendations and its evolution from an internationally funded research project, aiming to define a common interchange format, into the lingua franca  of the digital humanities. We will argue that the TEI's survival is largely  due to its adaptability and its responsiveness to the needs of the research community.

 
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, 25 2015
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