Kristen Abbott Bennett writes about using TAPAS to host a "Mini-Archive" of undergraduate-generated TEI encoding texts.
Lee Zickel and Connie Crompton share a report on using TAPAS in their Text Encoding Fundamentals course at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute
TAPAS is happy to report that Anne Baillot will be joining the TAPAS advisory board as an elected member in January. We would also like to offer our thanks to members who will be leaving our board this January. Thank you Karen Bourrier, Mark Caprio, Anna Kijas, Caitlin Pollock, and Judith Siefring for your generous service on this group. We’re really grateful for your contribution and advice! The advisory board now includes:
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:
As previously announced (http://beta.tapasproject.org/content/neh-fund-development-tapas-classroom), TAPAS has received a new line of grant funding through the NEH to build TAPAS Classroom. TAPAS Classroom will extend our project services and site features to support teachers and students of the TEI.
We are thrilled to announce that the TAPAS project has received funding to begin development of the TAPAS Classroom, an initiative to support teaching and learning the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) using TAPAS.