Basic Guide to Text Encoding

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The CDRH holds a special interest in developing new ways to access information for scholarship through the development of digital projects. We are interested in collaborating with and assisting UNL Faculty and Graduate Students from all disciplines no matter what level of computer experience they may possess. This Basic Guide to Text Encoding outlines the current practices of the UNL Libraries and CDRH and provides information on planning and producing digital projects.

Purpose & Objectives

To promote an understanding of XML (Extensible Markup Language) encoding as a component of selected digital projects for faculty, staff, and students of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln who wish to initiate or collaborate in digital projects, including the creation of digital texts and other electronic resources.

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