TAPAS Workshops are run by the TAPAS team and focus on managing your TEI data and projects in TAPAS. These workshops are offered to members and non-members of TAPAS.
We offer two workshop formats:
- 1-day workshops that help participants get started in TAPAS
- 2-day workshops that offer an introduction to the TEI followed by a hands-on lab in TAPAS
TAPAS workshops are held either at Northeastern University or by request at other institutions.
Pricing and scheduling will vary. Please be sure to provide as much information as possible in your Workshop inquiry to help us assess what kinds of services you or your community will need in a workshop setting.
- Date | October 25, 2014
- Time | 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
- Location | Northwestern University Library
The TAPAS project team is excited to announce its inaugural TAPAS workshop to be held on October 25, 2014 immediately following this year’s TEI conference at Northwestern University (October 22-24). This one-day workshop, led by Syd Bauman and Julia Flanders, will introduce participants to the full range of TAPAS services, including archiving and sharing TEI files through the TAPAS commons, experimenting with TEI data through integrated TAPAS data transformation tools, and composing complex TEI projects and collections for publication on the TAPAS site. Conversations and hands-on activities will also focus on topics in metadata, TEI validation and troubleshooting, and incorporating TAPAS into TEI project workflows. Read more here
TAPAS Early Adopters Workshop
- Date | September 11, 2014 & September 16, 2014
- Time | (09/11/2014) 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.; (09/16/2014) 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
- Location | Northeastern University Snell Library
TAPAS invites its early adopter community to a two-day workshop to be held at Northeastern University. This workshop will focus on developing and managing TEI projects within TAPAS, a discussion of the TAPAS interface, and a guided lab/support session run by the TAPAS support staff. We will also invite and include discussions related to TEI markup practices. Read more here