Sorry I didn't chime in sooner. The TEI-to-MODS XSLT we have made
publicly available on our wiki
is for a scholarly journal project so bear in mind that article-level
granularity in the mapping.
It is also a little dated; Jenn Riley, our Metadata Librarian, has
since made tweaks, but the
core of what they do is well represented by what's on our wiki now. I
can track down a more
current version and send them your way (as well as update our wiki).
Freezing in Indiana,
On Nov 20, 2008, at 12:06 PM, McAulay, Elizabeth wrote:
> I found that Indiana University's DLP has a TEI to MODS script and
> documented on their wiki.
> So, I think the work on that part of the circle has at least begin.
> me know what you think of that.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Markus Hoenicka [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
>> Sent: Thursday, November 20, 2008 1:03 AM
>> To: McAulay, Elizabeth
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>> Subject: Re: XSLT for bibliographic data (EndNote, Zotero, MODS)
>> Quoting "McAulay, Elizabeth" <[log in to unmask]>:
>>> If not, I'm thinking of taking on a MODS (as exported out of Zotero)
>>> TEI bibl XSLT.
>> I know that this is ambitious enough. However, did you think about
>> round-trip conversions, i.e. an additional TEI to MODS script? This
>> would come in extremely handy as an add-on for bibutils
>> Markus Hoenicka
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