Scholars Press is using TEI (actually TEI Lite) in our electronic
journals project called SELA, in which we are converting four of our
print journals into electronic format. Although only a preliminary
version of one issue of one of the journals is now available, others
should be ready soon. See the following URL for details:
Manager of Information Technology Services, Scholars Press
Managing Editor of TELA, the Scholars Press World Wide Web Site
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On Thu, 6 Mar 1997, Ronald S. Wood wrote:
> I am investigating the use of SGML for publishing an academic journal.
> Does anyone use some version of TEI for this purpose?
> Since I don't have the documentation for the TEI DTDs, I don't know the
> full pros and cons of TEI for academic journals. If there are distinct
> disadvantages, are there any efforts underway or finished to define a
> standard DTD for academic journals? (Ease of use is an issue; we will be
> publishing in house, perhaps using Framemaker+SGML, with graduate
> students following a workflow guide.)
> I would like to avoid creating a DTD just for our journal.
> -Ronald S. Wood.