DHI Workshop: Editing the Eartha M.M. White Collection
As part of the UNF College of Arts and Sciences Spring 2018 “Black Jacksonville Event,” the digital editing project “Editing the Eartha M.M. White Collection” will offer a three-day Digital Humanities workshop. Students, faculty and staff will first explore the life and work of Eartha M.M. White and the archive of related materials held within Special Collections in the Thomas G. Carpenter Library at UNF. They will then learn to transcribe and encode materials related to the history of Stanton from this collection using TEI-XML, the international standard today for electronic textual work in the Humanities. The materials prepared by participants will be incorporated into an online archive being constructed by the “Editing the Eartha M.M. White Collection,” an affiliated project of the UNF Digital Humanities Initiative.
Registration for this 3-day event is on the Wednesday, March 7th event. You must register by Wednesday, March 7th to attend the 3-day event. Below is the schedule for the 3-day event:
REGISTER HERE for the 3-day Event: Wed. 3/7, 10 am-noon. Building 15/Room 1105. Introduction to Eartha M.M. White, the history of the Eartha M.M. White Collection at UNF, installing and using the oXygen XML editor, the basics of TEI-XML and the editorial criteria for our project, work session with selected documents.
Wed. 3/28, 11:00 am-noon. Special Collections and Archives Reading Room, Thomas G. Carpenter Library. Synthesis session, at which participants discuss the documents they edited and their experience of this process.
- Wednesday, March 14, 2018 Show more dates
- 10:00am - 12:00pm
- UNF Language Lab, 15/1105