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Introduction to Text Encoding

Introduction to Text Encoding

Please note that this registration page is for FSU affiliates only. If you are interested in attending this work, but are at another institution, please register through the PLAN registration page.

The registration will sign you up for both days of the event (June 7th and June 8th). Please make sure that you can attend both days before registering.

This 2-day workshop will introduce participants to the Text Encoding Initiative Guidelines for marking up documents. We will cover creating document metadata with the TEI header, marking up named entities and creating contextual data for documents, describing textual features like structural divisions and physical features and more. This is a perfect opportunity for DH-interested researchers to learn about an essential digital methodology. It is also useful for Florida librarians and archivists who are participating in the Sunshine State Digital Network to learn how to enrich digitized materials and raw OCR’d text. 

Related LibGuide: Digital Humanities by Sarah Stanley

Date:
Thursday, June 7, 2018 Show more dates
Time:
9:00am - 5:00pm
Location:
R & D Commons
Campus:
Strozier Library
Categories:
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Presenter

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Sarah Stanley

I'm the Digital Humanities Librarian at Florida State University's Libraries. I hold a Master's of Arts in English from Northeastern University. I do research in the areas of digital representations of texts, early modern literature, and women's writing.