Case Study: TEI Encoding with the Latin histories of Florida Miller Krause, Classics (June 24, 2014 in Library West 211)

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Case Study: TEI Encoding with the Latin histories of Florida Miller Krause, Classics (June 24, 2014 in Library West 211)
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Krause, Miller
Taylor, Laurie N.
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Digital Humanities
Digital Humanities Library Group
Digital Scholarship
SobekCM

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Presentation announcement for presentation by Miller Krause, Classics, of a Case Study for TEI encoding with the Latin histories of Florida. Presented for the Digital Humanities Library Group (DHLG) and for the Developing Librarian Project.

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Case Study: TEI Encoding with the Latin histories of Florida Miller Krause, Classics ( June 24, 2014 in Library West 211 ) For this Case Study presentation, Miller Krause (Classics) will shar e on the application of TEI encoding within the Latin histories of Florida. The Case Study presentation will include : Reasons for selecting to use TEI ( benefits of TEI over PDF and/ or HTML ) Experiences with TEI encoding E xperiences after encoding: using TEI files with other technologies to accomplish or work towards project goals Overview of wher e TEI fits into the toolbox of technologies for bringing text to users Case Study s pecifics of the Latin histories of Florida o Editorial decisions on guidelines for level of detail with tagging for various needs ( e.g., tagging paragraphs to facilitate aligning translations with the original text, orthographic issues, etc.) o C urrent status o Goa ls, including work and TEI decision s require d for the se Examples for the Case Study presentation include different encoding level versions of the same text using Boilerplay : Version with extreme le vel of tagging : http://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/miller.krause/teiparty/boilerplate/content/Privilegium.xml Version with approximately appropriate level of tagging: http://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/miller.krause/teiparty/boilerplate/content/PrivilegiumSimpl e.xml In addition to the Case Study presentation, Laurie Taylor (UF Smathers Libraries) will share on the current status of TEI support in SobekCM ( www.sobekrepository.org ) and future considerations including the TAPAS Project ( www.tapasproject.org ). The presentation will be we b broadcast and r ecorded on Adobe Connect : http://ufsmathers.adobeconnect.com/teisobekcm/