TEI Training Courses

The Brown University Women Writers Project is pleased to announce a
new series of workshops on topics in TEI encoding and tools for
digital humanists. These workshops are aimed at humanities faculty,
librarians, students, and anyone interested in getting a strong
introduction to digital humanities concepts, methods, and tools. Each
workshop combines hands-on practice with discussion and lectures, and
participants are encouraged to work with their own project materials.
These small group events offer a wonderful opportunity to learn about
other digital projects as well as to master important methods and
concepts in an exploratory setting.

More information, including detailed workshop descriptions and
registration information, can be found at http://www.wwp.brown.edu/encoding/workshops/

Students and members of the TEI consortium receive a 33% discount on

All workshops are held at Brown University and are led by Julia
Flanders, Syd Bauman, and John Melson.

July 21-23, 2010
Introduction to TEI
$450 ($300 for students and TEI members)

August 16-18, 2010
Introduction to TEI Customization
$450 ($300 for students and TEI members)

September 24-25, 2010
Introduction to Manuscript Encoding with TEI
$300 ($200 for students and TEI members)

November 5-6, 2010
Essential Tools for Digital Scholarship
$300 ($200 for students and TEI members)

December 3-4, 2010
Introduction to Manuscript Encoding with TEI
$300 ($200 for students and TEI members)

Coming in 2011: Introduction to XSLT

Cathy Moran Hajo

About Cathy Moran Hajo

Cathy Moran Hajo is the Associate Editor and Assistant Director of the Margaret Sanger Papers, a scholarly editing project located at NYU.  With the Sanger Papers, she has published three volumes of the Selected Papers of Margaret Sanger, a two-series microfilm edition, and two electronic publications.  She has worked as a documentary editor for over twenty years, specializing in the publication of historical materials in digital form, and participating in scholarly conferences and meetings on digital issues.

In addition to her work with the Sanger Project, she is the author of  Birth Control on Main Street: Organizing Clinics in the United States, 1916-1939 (U. of Illinois Press, 2010).  Her students in Creating Digital History have created a Greenwich Village History blog and an Omeka site on Researching Greenwich Village History.
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