Welcome to the TAPAS Project!

TAPAS is the TEI Archive, Publishing, and Access Service, which provides small projects and individual scholars a low-cost hosted framework for publishing and archiving TEI data. TAPAS is a great way to experiment with TEI in the classroom, get a new project off the ground, or keep your TEI data safe for the long term.

Curious? Join the TAPAS Commons by signing up for a free Start-up TAPAS account today!

TAPAS is hosted at Northeastern University and is made possible by the generous funding from the Institute for Museum and Library Services, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the TEI Consortium.

 
Store your TEI

Store Your TEI

Open access to a digital repository designed for secure, long-term storage of TEI data, hosted and curated by Northeastern University

 
Transform your TEI

Transform your TEI

Experiment with and output your TEI in a variety of forms, such as a website, data visualization, or print copy

 
Share your TEI

Share your TEI

Invite collaborators and contributors to your TEI projects and enter into a community of practitioners who share and support the growth and development of TEI

 
Join the TEI

Join the TEI

Join the free TAPAS commons, or become a contributing member of the TEI and publish individual projects and collections with your TEI data

 

Projects

FEATURED PROJECT:

Thalaba

a digital study of Robert Southey's poem, Thalaba the Destroyer in its first 1801 edition, to investigate the juxtapositioning of worldly and mythical locations in this unconventional epic text.

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Collections

FEATURED COLLECTION:

Mulock Family Papers at the University of California at Los Angeles

The Mulock Family Papers, held in the Charles E. Young Research Library at the University of California at Los Angeles, contain over 200 letters from Dinah Craik and her family members.

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