Call for Posters: TEI Day in Kyoto 2006
The TEI Day is an experimental new format for an event, partly within
the TEI community, partly within a TEI friendly outside, conceived
with the aim of spreading information on
* practical aspects of the TEI encoding scheme, its uses (and
misuses), through examplary presentations and posters
* new developments of the TEI encoding scheme
and to introduce the TEI to new areas and environments.
The first TEI Day will be held on May 17, 2006 in Kyoto, co-hosted by
the Institute for Research in Humanities and the TEI Consortium and is
organized within the framework of the COE 21 project "Toward an
Overall Inheritance and Development of Kanji Culture". It will
feature introductory presentations as well as domain specific case
studies intended to appeal to a broader audience in the morning
session, which will be held in Japanese. During the afternoon
session, members of the TEI Technical Council will present new
developments of the TEI scheme, as well as ingenious and examplary
practical use cases that have been constructed with the help of the
TEI encoding scheme.
Between these sessions, there will be a poster session with
presentations from projects that do use (or might use) TEI in some
way, showing part of the breadth and depth of what can be achieved
This is a call for posters to be presented at this poster session.
Presenters who wish to display a poster at this session are kindly
requested to contact the organizers at [log in to unmask]
and include the title of the proposed poster, a short description (no
longer than 300 words), name and affiliation of the presenter(s).
Posters are welcome in Japanese and English.
The deadline for poster submissions is Monday, May 1st 2006. More
information about the event will be available at
Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University
47 Higashiogura-cho, Kitashirakawa, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8265, JAPAN