This “talk” session is envisioned as an opportunity to share experiences in using TEI in the classroom or working with students in the creation of electronic editions. Participants will be invited to briefly describe past, current, or future projects, and to consider questions such as the following:
- What should be the goals of using TEI with students? Should our objectives be different when working with undergraduates and graduates?
- How do we create projects that are manageable, in terms of size, difficulty, etc., in such a context?
- How can we best communicate to colleagues and administrators the importance of this type of work?
- What are some recommended approaches to building relationships between faculty in the Humanities/Social Sciences and in Computer and Information Science, in support of such projects?
- How can we design and teach Digital Humanities courses in which both Humanities/Social Sciences and Computer and Information Science students will enroll and in which they can successfully collaborate?
- What role can university libraries play?
- How should ongoing editorial projects involving students best be managed, in terms of faculty oversight and resources?