Taking TEI Further: TEI Customization
May 14–16, 2014

Syd Bauman, Northeastern University
Julia Flanders, Northeastern University
Trevor Muñoz, University of Maryland

Location

Northeastern University, Snell Library, room 421

Schedule

Wednesday, 14 May

09:40 Breakfast available (pastries and coffee)

Session  0, 10:00–10:15: Welcome and introductions

Session  1, 10:15–11:15: Overview of customization and the TEI Guidelines (Julia; slides: HTML, TEI); Roma demo and group customization

Session  2, 11:30–1:00: Conceptual modeling exercise (Julia and Trevor; exercise, sample worksheet)

→ Lunch on your own

Session  3, 2:30–3:45: Basic vocabulary for customization (Syd; sample, slides 1–12: HTML, TEI)

Session  4, 4:00–5:30: Group and individual hands-on practice

→ Group dinner (voluntary)

Thursday, 15 May

09:40 Breakfast available (pastries and coffee)

Session  4, 10:00–12:00: Customization testing and discussion

→ Lunch on your own

Session  5, 1:30–3:00: Intermediate vocabulary for customization and hands-on work (Syd; sample, slides 13–21: HTML, TEI)

Session  6, 3:15–5:00: Hands-on work and consultation

→ Dinner on your own

Friday, 15 May

09:40 Breakfast available (pastries and coffee)

Session  7, 10:00–11:30: Discussion of customization and project work flow (Julia and Trevor; slides: HTML, TEI)

Session  8, 11:45–12:30: Documentation and good practice (Syd; slides: HTML, TEI)

→ Lunch on your own

Session 9, 1:45–3:00: Advanced topics and questions; hands-on practice (RELAX NG and Schematron)

Session 10, 3:15–4:00: Final questions and discussion (slides: HTML, TEI)

Resources

Replacement ODD-writing customization:

ODD processing:

Additional slide sets:

Materials for Download

Demonstration ODDs for this workshop

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. You can also look at the materials for the 2010, 2011, and 2012 versions of this workshop.

We will put the files we developed during class in a web-accessible directory here.

The WWP Guide to Scholarly Text Encoding.