In Partnership with AOL

  • Text Encoding Initiative - "The Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) is an international project to develop guidelines for the preparation and interchange of electronic texts for scholarly research, and to satisfy a broad range of uses by the language industries more generally."
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  • Documenting the American South -- University of North Carolina - "DAS is a full-text database of primary resources on Southern history, literature and culture from the colonial period through the first decades of the 20th century. Currently, DAS includes three digitization projects: slave narratives, first-person narratives, and Southern literature. A fourth, based on Confederate imprints, is in development."
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  • Library Electronic Text Resource Service (LETRS) - LETRS at Indiana University makes available many TEI texts and text processing tools and documentation -- including the Victorian Women Writers Project.
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  • The Oxford Text Archive - "The Oxford Text Archive holds several thousand electronic texts and linguistic corpora, in a variety of languages. Its holdings include electronic editions of works by individual authors, standard reference works such as the Bible and mono-/bilingual dictionaries, and a range of language corpora."
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  • Scholars' Lab - University of Virginia - The Center combines an on-line archive of electronic texts and images with a library service that offers hardware and software suitable for the creation and analysis of text.
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  • TEI and XML in Digital Libraries: Final Report - A two day meeting at the Library of Congress sponsored by the Digital Library Federation.
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  • TEI Guidelines for Electronic Text Encoding (P4) - A freely available electronic version of the voluminous tagging guideline that is made available by the Electronic Text Center at the University of Virginia.
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  • TEI Text Encoding in Libraries: Draft Guidelines for Best Encoding Practices - A collaborative document produced as a result of the TEI and XML in Digital Libraries meeting at the Library of Congress in 1998.
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