LINGUIST List 8.1285

Mon Sep 8 1997

Confs: Text Encoding Initiative

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  1. Nancy M. Ide, REGISTRATION INFO: TEI 10th Anniversay Conference

Message 1: REGISTRATION INFO: TEI 10th Anniversay Conference

Date: Mon, 8 Sep 97 13:16:02 EDT
From: Nancy M. Ide <idecs.vassar.edu>
Subject: REGISTRATION INFO: TEI 10th Anniversay Conference

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 CONFERENCE REGISTRATION INFORMATION
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 TEI 10th ANNIVERSARY USER CONFERENCE

 Brown University
 Providence, Rhode Island
 November 14-16, 1997


 *** EARLY REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS OCTOBER 15, 1997 ***

 Registration available on-line at 

 http://www.stg.brown.edu/webs/tei10



To commemorate the tenth anniversary of its founding, the Text
Encoding Initiative (TEI) is sponsoring its first user conference, to
be held 14-16 November 1997 at Brown University in Providence, Rhode
Island.

The TEI was established at an international planning meeting on text
encoding standards, held at Vassar College on November 12-13,
1987. The TEI is sponsored by the Association for Computers and the
Humanities, the Association for Computational Linguistics, and the
Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing.

The TEI Guidelines for Electronic Text Encoding and Interchange were
published in spring of 1994. They provide an extensive SGML-based
scheme for encoding electronic texts across a wide spectrum of text
types and suitable for any kind of application. The Guidelines have
already achieved wide-scale implementation in projects throughout
North America and Europe.

The TEI conference will bring together users of the TEI Guidelines in
order to share ideas, experiences, and expertise, provide a forum for
technical discussion and evaluation of the Guidelines as they have
been implemented across a variety of applications. A portion of the
conference will also be devoted to consideration of the future of the
TEI.



Local organizers 
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Elli Mylonas Mary-Jo Kline
Scholarly Technology Group University Library
Brown University Brown University
elli_mylonasbrown.edu Mary-Jo_Klinebrown.edu


Program Committee Chairs
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Nancy Ide Michael Sperberg-McQueen
Department of Computer Science Computer Center
Vassar College University of Illinois at Chicago
idecs.vassar.edu u35395uicvm.uic.edu
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