The TEI Applications page http://www.tei-c.org/Applications/ is probably
the best place to start looking for such materials.
Peter MacDonald wrote:
>DiMeMa, Inc., the developers of CONTENTdm, which is a popular digital
>collection management system, has shown an interest in supporting
>documents encoded in TEI. They asked me to send them some examples of
>TEI-encoded documents for their developers to examine.
>The only TEI-encoded documents I have to send them from my own
>collection are some manuscript letters and some journal articles. I
>am not very experienced in TEI encoding and hesitate to send them my own files.
>I'd really like to send them a link to a more "official" set of
>TEI-encoded pages that can demonstrate to DiMeMa the wide range of
>document types that can be encoded in TEI and that have been encoded
>by experienced users of the TEI.
>Can anyone point me to such a page or Web site?
>If not, I guess I could just send them links to guidelines such as
>or, point them to pages from the TEI P4 guidelines that discuss
>various kinds of documents:
>http://www.tei-c.org/P4X/DS.html (default structure)
>http://www.tei-c.org/P4X/TE.html (terminological databases)
>FYI: DiMema's Home page: http://www.dimema.com/index.html
>Library Information Systems Specialist
>Hamilton College Library
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