Show simple item record Borgo Ton, Mary 2018-11-01T18:41:41Z 2018-11-01T18:41:41Z 2018-10-30
dc.description.abstract How do we encourage students to read material closely and carefully? What can mark-up show us about the content and context of archival material? This workshop discusses TEI, an internationally-recognized mark-up language, as a framework for analyzing literature, historical documents, and images. We'll use a paper-based activity to explore the manuscript of Frankenstein with a particular focus on the content and editorial history of Mary Shelley's classic novel. No prior experience with mark-up languages needed! Presented by Mary Borgo Ton. en
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dc.subject Frankenstein en
dc.subject TEI en
dc.subject Text Encoding en
dc.title FrankensTEIn: Teaching Archival Material through Mark-Up en
dc.type Presentation en

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