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TEI Simple Processing Model: Oxford workshop

turska (8 juin 2015)

I’ve had the pleasure to sit confined in IT Services basement for the whole glorious, sunny day in May, introducing the concept of TEI Simple Processing Model to the mixed crowd of editors, researchers and developers (quite a few of them our DiXiT fellows). TEI Simple Processing Model (SPM) is a ...

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..working on the launch of Fonte Gaia blog

caria (4 mai 2015)

We want to tell you about a beautiful thing that is going on at the University of Grenoble. Elena Pierazzo, Claire Mouraby, Anna Ingoglia and Filippo Fonio, with the collaborations of international scholars, are working on the launch of the Fontegaia project: a digital library, a blog and a peer- ...

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And now for something completely different: DH Benelux and the freedom of Digital Humanities

Martinez, Merisa (24 juin 2014)

NB: This was originally published on my personal blog, but at Mats' request I have cross-published it here as well. Please feel free to ignore it if you've already read it elsewhere. This past week from 12-13 June the DHBenelux conference was held in The Hague, hosted by Huygens ING and the ...

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TCP

turska (2 févr. 2015)

The Text Creation Partnership (TCP) creates standardized, accurate XML/SGML encoded electronic text editions of early printed books. This work, and the resulting text files, are jointly funded and owned by more than 150 libraries worldwide. All of the TCP's work will be released the public domain ...

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On 'hacking' ethos, hackathons and digital scholarship

Sichani, Anna-Maria (8 mars 2016)

Have you ever experienced, after a concert, a movie or an event, to become somehow obsessed with the person or the topic? This happened to me last month, after joining the ‘Hack the Book’ event, which I will describe later on. So, what does 'hacking' actually mean for a Digital Humanities ...

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TEI Workshop: Coming soon to the University near you...

turska (31 oct. 2014)

I'm now in Romania, at SyncRO, the company behind oXygen editor, headquarters doing reconnaissance for my upcoming secondment here. My thoughts today are nevertheless concentrated on following weeks as soon I'm going back to my home country to teach introductory workshop on TEI and related ...

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ER4: Gioele Barabucci -- Tool integration in the digital edition.

Barabucci, Gioele (20 avr. 2015)

Hi there, I am Gioele Barabucci, Marie Curie Experienced Researcher 4 in Cologne (or Köln, as they spell it here). I have landed at the Cologne Center for eHumanities after many years at the University of Bologna. My main research interests are comparison algorithms (also known as diff algorithms) ...

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Elena Spadini: TEI and web-based editing tools

Spadini, Elena (18 mai 2014)

Hi everybody, I'm Elena Spadini and I work as a Dixit fellow (ESR6) at Huygens ING in The Hague, with Peter Boot and Karina van Dalen-Oskam. My project is about editing tools. It comes out from a very practical situation: an editor stands in front of his materials thinking that a digital tool may ...

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ESTS / DiXiT 2016 Report

danielpowell (16 nov. 2016)

NB: This is a report on the final convention in the core DiXiT programme, held before and jointly with the 2016 meeting of the European Society for Textual Scholarship and directly after a two-day workshop on optical character recognition and text digitisation. Hosted and facilitated by the ...

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Elli Bleeker: Mapping invention in writing (ESR 3)

Elli (16 mai 2014)

In the French animation movie Le Tableau (2011), three groups of characters co-exist within the painting of a castle: the Toupins (“tout peints”; completely finished), the Pafinis (“pas finis”; not entirely finished) and the Reufs (who are only roughly sketched). The Toupins rule the castle ...

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