- An Introduction to TEI and the TEI Consortium
- Electronic Texts: Audiences & Purposes by Perry Willett in A Companion to Digital Humanities
- Other chapters may be of interest to you: http://www.digitalhumanities.org/companion/
- XML in Ten Points
- Gentle Introduction to XML
- Default Text Structure (from the TEI Guidelines, P5)
- Default Text Structure, P4 (only for the IMH project)
- TEI Header (from the TEI Guidelines, P5)
- TEI Header, P4 (only for the IMH project)
- "Text Encoding" by Allen H. Renear in A Companion to Digital Humanities
- "Challenges of Serials Text Encoding in the Spirit of Scholarly Communication" by Michelle Dalmau & Melanie Schlosser, Library Hi Tech (2010) – (only for the IMH)
- "The Text Encoding Initiative and the Study of Literature" by James Cummings in A Companion to Digital Literary Studies
- A brief introduction to Markup, Part 1 by John Walsh (about 15 minutes).
- A brief introduction to Markup, Part 2 by John Walsh (about 14 minutes).
- The exercises referenced in the video are available at: http://dcl.ils.indiana.edu/intromarkup/.
- TEI by Example
- Tutorials 0-3, 6 (IMH Project)
- Catapult TEI Workshops: Part 1 and Part 2
- Review all slides for Part 1: http://dcl.slis.indiana.edu/teiworkshop/teiworkshop_i.pdf
- Review all slides for Part 2: http://dcl.slis.indiana.edu/teiworkshop/teiworkshop_ii/
- Sample Exercise: Manuscript Encoding