If you’re interested in or involved with Digital Humanities, you’ve probably heard about the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) standard. The TEI standard provides a consistent set of best practices for marking-up digital texts in the humanities so that they’re readable across multiple platforms and on the Web. From its inception, TEI has been strongly associated with the digital humanities and has become an important tool for the distribution and preservation of digital texts.
The Graduate School of Library and Information Science at Illinois is hosting a three day “hands-on workshop” led by TEI experts from Brown University. The workshop will begin on Friday, February 17 and end on Sunday, February 19. More Information about cost and registration can be found on the GSLIS website.