[Dhcenterstartup] FW: [Centernet] call for participation: Taking TEI Further workshops at the WWP in 2014

Lynne Siemens siemensl at uvic.ca
Thu Nov 21 17:49:07 CET 2013


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On 2013-11-21 6:54 AM, "Flanders, Julia" <j.flanders at neu.edu> wrote:

>Please circulate (apologies for cross-posting):
>
>The Women Writers Project at Northeastern University is now accepting
>applications for our final round of three advanced NEH-funded institutes
>on "Taking TEI Further":
>
>Taking TEI Further: Publishing and Transforming TEI Data
>Northeastern University, March 11-13, 2014
>Guest instructor: David Birnbaum, University of Pittsburgh
>Application deadline: January 3, 2014
>
>Taking TEI Further: TEI Customization
>Northeastern University, May 14-16, 2014
>Guest instructor: Trevor Muñoz, University of Maryland
>Application deadline: February 25, 2014
>
>Taking TEI Further: Teaching with TEI
>Northeastern University, August 2014 (specific date TBD; a further
>announcement will be made)
>Guest instructor: Jacqueline Wernimont, Scripps College
>Application deadline: April 25, 2014
>
>
>**Travel funding is available of up to $500 per participant, up to $1000
>for graduate student participants.**
>
>These seminars assume a basic familiarity with TEI, and provide an
>opportunity to explore specific topics in more detail, in a collaborative
>workshop setting.
>
>This is the last year of a three-year seminar series funded by the NEH
>and conducted by the Women Writers Project. They are aimed at people who
>are already involved in a text encoding project or are in the process of
>planning one. These seminars are intended to provide a more in-depth look
>at specific challenges in using TEI data effectively. Each event will
>include a mix of presentations, discussion, case studies using
>participants' projects, hands-on practice, and individual consultation.
>The seminars will be strongly project-based: participants will share
>information about their projects with the group, discuss specific
>challenges and solutions, develop encoding specifications and
>documentation, and create sample materials (such as syllabi,
>docmentation, etc., as appropriate to the event). A basic knowledge of
>the TEI Guidelines and some prior experience with text encoding will be
>assumed.
>
>For more detailed information and to apply, please visit
>http://www.wwp.brown.edu/encoding/seminars/
>
>
>Best wishes, Julia
>
>Julia Flanders
>Director, Women Writers Project
>Director, Digital Scholarship Group
>Northeastern University
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