Browsing by Subject "Text Encoding Initiative"

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  • Dalmau, Michelle (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2010-10-20)
    The Text Encoding Initiative Guidelines for Electronic Text Encoding and Interchange (TEI), first published in 1994, quickly became the standard for encoding literary texts. The TEI was widely adopted by libraries for its ...
  • Walsh, John; Dalmau, Michelle (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2009-04-22)
    Topic Maps, including their XML representation, XML Topic Maps (XTM), are a powerful and flexible metadata format that have the potential to transform digital resource interfaces and support new discovery mechanisms for ...
  • Dalmau, Michelle; Schlosser, Melanie (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2007-04-04)
  • Hooper, Wally; Bowman, Tim (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2009-03-25)
    Isaac Newton is an iconic figure in the history of science but he had a mysterious side that remained hidden and unknown until the 1930s---he wrote more than 125 manuscripts on alchemy, comprising over 2300 pages and a ...
  • Dalmau, Michelle; Floyd, Randall; Hardesty, Julie (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2012-01-25)
    Digital libraries have a long history of supporting electronic text projects usually following the Text Encoding Initiative Guidelines for Electronic Text Encoding and Interchange. For those of us grappling with either ...
  • Maben, Michael; Dalmau, Michelle (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2010-12-01)
    In May of 2008, the Indiana University Maurer School of Law Library, in close collaboration with the Digital Library Program, applied for and received an LSTA grant from the Indiana State Library to digitize the Brevier ...
  • Walsh, John (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2005-10-12)
  • Courtney, Angela; Dalmau, Michelle (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2009-10-14)
    The Victorian Women Writers Project started at Indiana University in 1995, under the leadership of Perry Willett, and had as its stated goal "to produce highly accurate transcriptions of works by British women writers of ...

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