I am interested in using the TEI to encode an on-line set of syllabi
in urban studies and history. We currently have almost 100 syllabi,
and I am especially interested in being able to encode the "readings"
(articles & books) so that one can assemble a list of readings used by
urbanists, as well as statements of purpose of the course and
possibly section titles ("What is a city") or term paper assignments.
Does this require a separate DTD or use of one of the existing DTDs.
Also, would a project to encode the syllabi with the TEI (they are
presently tagged with HTML) and to make the information available on
the WWW require a TEI programmer? We have access to WWW programmers
at Michigan State University, but I am sure that they are not familiar
with the implementation of the TEI.
Finally, what is the state of WWW browsers that can read TEI mark-up?
Although I worked at the TEI for many years in Chicago, my role was
essentially administrative, and I've not been able to keep up with the
developments. Thus, I apologize for asking these elementary questions
the answers to which most of you are already aware of.
Teaching WWW PAGES:
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