Lectures

This module will meet on Tuesdays from 2.00-5.00 in the AFF Seminar Room

Students must bring laptops to class each week. All readings are freely available on the Internet or through the MU Library.

Week 1: 19 September (Susan Schreibman and Shane McGarry)

  • Introduction to the Course
  • Digital Scholarly Editing in the 21st Century
  • Technologies used in the course

Week 2: 26 September (Susan Schreibman and Hugh Murphy)

  • Introduction to the  Sir Edward Baker Littlehales Collection (1798-1819)
  • Documentary Editing
  • Text Encoding
    • Kline (chapters 4 & 5): Pierazzo (2014b),
    • #dariahTeach Part I

Week 3: 3 October (Susan Schreibman)

  • Photographing and post-processing the Littlehayles collection in Special Collections, MU Library
    • #dariahTeach Part II
    • Sahle, Pierazo (2014a)

Week 4: 10 October (Susan Schreibman)

  • Audience and Goals for the Edition
  • Developing document-specific encoding
    • #dariahTeach Part III
    • van Zundert, Greve Rasmussen

Week 5: 17 October (Susan Schreibman)

  • Developing a TEI schema for encoding letters
  • Writing documentation
  • Robinson, Jewell,

Week 6: 24 October (Susan Schreibman and Shane McGarry)

  • Review of TEI schema
    • Committee on Scholarly Editions, Clement

Week 7: 31 November: Reading Week

Week 8: 7 November  (Shane McGarry)

  • Designing a UI for your edition
    • Morville (both readings), Sicilia
  • Group Design (Lab)

Week 9: 14 November (Shane McGarry)

  • Designing and implementing a UI solution (Lab)

Week 10:  21 November (Shane McGarry)

  • Understanding HTML & CSS
    • Shannon, Larsen
  • Mapping your schema to HTML

Week 11: 28 November (Fabiano Pallonetto & Shane McGarry)

  • Introduction to the Extensible Stylesheet Language: XSL
  • XSLT for Web Site Development

Week 12: 5 December (Susan Schreibman)

  • Workshop: Putting the Edition Together

Week 13: 12 December (Fabiano Pallonetto, Shane McGarry and Fabiano Pallonetto)

  • Wrap Up and Lightening Presentations on final project