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This introduction to XML and TEI will teach you the structure and concepts of XML, how to use Oxygen XML Editor, and create basic XML documents with TEI encoding. Participants will learn the principles of TEI and text encoding, and how to create transcriptions for digital humanities projects focused on scholarly editions and textual analysis.
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