Electronic Text Services at Indiana University
- Description of the IU Libraries' Electronic Text Services
- Consultation Hours in the Scholars' Commons, Herman B Wells Library
TEI Listservs and Special Interest Groups
- TEI-L Discussion List (General listserv for posting questions and learning about various encoding practices)
- TEI Special Interest Groups (For example, SIGS on manuscripts, ontologies, scholarly publishing, etc.)
Text Encoding and the TEI
Introduction to XML
- Gentle Introduction to XML (Excellent overview of XML from the TEI-C)
- XML in Ten Points (Quick overview of the 10 key defining characteristics of XML)
Text Encoding Overview
- "Electronic Texts: Audiences and Purposes" by Perry Willett in A Companion to Digital Humanities.
- "Text Encoding" by Allen H. Renear in A Companion to Digital Humanities.
- "An Introduction to the TEI and the TEI Consortium" by Edward Vanhoutte in Literary and Linguistic Computing.
- "Challenges of Serials Text Encoding in the Spirit of Scholarly Communication" Dalmau, Michelle and Melanie Schlosser.
- "The Text Encoding Initiative and the Study of Literature" by James Cummings in A Companion to Digital Literary Studies.
- Text Encoding Initiative (The TEI Consortium)
- Women Writers Project TEI Seminar Schedule and Workshop Materials (TEI seminar taught by Julia Flander and Syd Bauman since 2004)
- A Bibliography of Publications related to the Text Encoding Initiative (Comprehensive bibliography covering theory and practice of markup)
General Guidelines and TEI Element References
- TEI Guidelines, P5 (Official guidelines from the TEI)
- Best Practices for Text Encoding in Libraries (Includes description of encoding 'levels' and project planning information)
IU Local Practice TEI Documentation
*Some links may be accessible only to IU Libraries staff; contact email@example.com if you'd like access or a copy of these encoding guidelines.
- Victorian Women Writers Project (TEI P5 guidelines for scholarly encoding of monographs)
- Indiana Authors and Their Books (Restricted access, TEI Lite P4 guidelines for encoding of monographs)
- Indiana Magazine of History (Restricted access, P4 guidelines for encoding a scholarly journal)
- Cymistry of Isaac Newton Guidelines (Restricted access, P4 guidelines for scholarly encoding of manuscripts)
The TEI Header
- The TEI Header, Chapter 2 (From the TEI Guidelines, P5)
- TEI Header Tutorial by Carole E. Mah and Julia H. Flanders, Brown University
- The TEI Independent Header, in A Review of Metadata, from the UKOLN Metadata Group
The TEI Text
- Default Text Structure (From the TEI Guidelines, P5, overview of general TEI text structure)
- Verse (From the TEI Guidelines, P5, guidelines for encoding verse)
- Performance Texts (From the TEI Guidelines, P5, guidelines for encoding dramas and other performance texts)
- Names, Dates, People and Places (From the TEI Guidelines, P5)
- Guidelines for encoding other document types and document features (From the TEI Guidelines, P5, see "Text Body" for additional examples like encoding dictionaries, figures/graphs/tables, manuscripts, transcription of speech, etc.)
- Doc Analysis at a Glance (Good starting point)
- Women Writers Project example: Document Analysis for Early Printed Books
- Schematron.com (The specification and some documentation and links)
- Schematron (IUDLP Schematron info and best practices)
- Writing IMH Schematron Rules
- TEI Wiki
- Oxygen (General XML editor used at IU)
- Roma (TEI-C tool for generating TEI validators in a number of formats: schema, relaxNG
- Text Encoding Initative on SourceForge.net (SourceForge dowloads for the TEI)
- TEI Boilerplate (Lightweight solution for publishing TEI-encoded texts online)
- TEI XSL Customization Handbook (TEI-C instructions for customizing TEI stylesheets)