We are excited to welcome our newly elected TAPAS Advisory Board for 2017!
Thank you to those who participated in the process, and to the TEI-C for running the elections.
Interested in a more active role in the development of the TAPAS project? Consider the following opportunities for participating:
Teaching with the TEI? Mentoring students or the development of student projects using the TEI? Looking for curricular resources or community conversations on TEI pedagogy? Consider joining other TAPAS members working with us to develop TAPAS Classroom!
TAPAS has received a new grant from the NEH to develop TAPAS Classroom, which will include enhancements to the TAPAS reading interface and project spaces to support teachers and students in their study of the TEI.
TAPAS is working on a new initiative to support instructors running TEI workshops. Our TAPAS Ambassadors program offers instructors resources and a workspace through TAPAS to allow workshop participants to display their TEI developed during workshop labs.
Congratulations to all!
Karen is an assistant professor of English at the University of Calgary. She works on disability studies, Victorian studies, and the digital humanities. She has been an active user of TAPAS since its inception (see her TAPAS project on nineteenth-century novelist Dinah Craik), and has plans to use TAPAS for an undergraduate digital humanities course she is developing.
Mark Caprio is an associate professor at Providence College, Providence, Rhode Island and Head of Digital Publishing Services in the Phillips Memorial Library. Mark has been a longtime supporter and member of TAPAS. Check out the TAPAS edition of the Dorr Rebellion project (The primary project site is located here: http://library.providence.edu/dps/projects/dorr/index.html
Anna E. Kijas is Senior Digital Scholarship Librarian at the Boston College University Libraries where she collaborates on, provides instruction, and supports a variety of digital projects and pedagogical initiatives. Anna has been working to bring the TEI and TAPAS to the BC community. Most recently, she mentored an undergraduate student interested in using the TEI for a "Missionary Linguistics in Colonial Africa" thesis project. They used TAPAS as a testing space and repository for their TEI. Check out the primary project site here: http://corpus-missionnaire.bc.edu
Caitlin Pollock is the Digital Humanities librarian for the University Library's Center for Digital Scholarship at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). Pollock serves as the liaison librarian to the Department of Philosophy and the Programs of Africana Studies and Classical Studies. She has led TEI workshops exploring the different ways that TEI can enhance humanities research and pedagogy. And she promotes preservation and access of the TEI.
Judith Siefring is Head of Digital Research at the Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford. She is responsible for the Bodleian's digital research project portfolio, and works in partnership with academic researchers, librarians, technologists, and students. She previously worked as a digital editor on a number of TEI-based text encoding projects, including the Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership (EEBO-TCP).