Oxford Text Encoding Summer School 1999
Date: Fri, 19 Mar 1999 10:43:24 CST From: TESS <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: TEI-L@LISTSERV.UIC.EDU Subject: Oxford Text Encoding Summer School (TESS)
TESS: The Text Encoding Summer School
Organized by Oxford University's Humanities Computing Unit
11th-17th July, 1999 Oxford University
The Humanities Computing Unit at Oxford is pleased to announce that applications are now invited for our third Text Encoding Summer School (TESS). Upon completion, delegates will:
- have hands-on experience of digitizing texts using OCR
- understand the principles of document analysis
- understand the basics of SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language) and XML (the eXtensible Markup Language)
- have hands-on experience of marking-up an electronic text using the Text Encoding Initiative's TEI Lite Document Type Definition
- have hands-on experience of SGML/XML authoring and browsing software
- understand the issues involved in distributing SGML/XML documents
- gain basic knowledge of the range of SGML/XML-aware software products available
- have a clear basis for proceeding to implement an SGML/XML solution appropriate to the needs of their particular project
- have discussed their work with experts in the field of text encoding
The all-inclusive price for 1999 will not exceed 550 pounds, covering B&B accommodation in an Oxford college, all courses and course materials, all lunches, and the banquet. A non-residential rate, which will not exceed 325 pounds, will also be available, but must be confirmed well in advance. Delegates that choose this option are responsible for finding their own accommodation. The Humanities Computing Unit WILL NOT be able to assist you with finding a place to stay. A limited number of places will be made available to members of Oxford University at a reduced cost.
Note that apart from the end of course banquet, an evening meal is not provided.
If you would like more information on TESS or would like to know how to apply, please refer to the TESS web page at http://users.ox.ac.uk/~tess.
Prepared by Robin Cover for the The SGML/XML Web Page archive.