Teaching TEI to Undergraduates: A Case Study in Digital Humanities Curriculum
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This case study describes two iterations of a Digital Humanities “Studio” course on scholarly text encoding as a model for Digital Humanities curriculum at a small liberal arts college. Designed to accompany a three-credit humanities course, the one-credit DH Studios are taught by library faculty. The paired courses share a final project – a digital edition of a short work of literature encoded in the Text Encoding Initiative. The DH Studio creates a methodology-focused environment for students to practice information and digital literacies.