TEI Consultant, Boston College Libraries, Chestnut Hill MA
posted January 8, 2014 3:52 PM
Boston College is seeking a TEI consultant to support textual encoding projects on campus in Spring 2014.
Applicants should possess the following skills and competencies:
- Metadata and Data Standards using The TEI
- XML Technologies including XML and XSLT
- Strong general technology skills
- Classroom teaching experience
The consultant will teach TEI workshops, support student encoding in the classroom, prepare documentation, and will be available via email for consultation and trouble shooting. Boston College Libraries supports several ongoing encoding projects in the humanities. In spring 2014 support is needed for a class using TEI to map narrative voice and thematic trends in James Joyce' Dubliners. See course description, below.
Interested applicants please contact Betsy Post, Head, Digital Library Program, Boston College Libraries at email@example.com. A cover letter, CV, and references who can speak to your technical skills are required. Review of applications begins immediately.
Course description: EN 211 Literature Wired: The Digital Humanities
Digital technology is reinventing how we play and how we study. It's remaking our literature, our classrooms, our universities. It's even reshaping your brain. In this experimental and experiential class, we'll spend a lot of time discussing ideas; more developing hands-on projects. You become not consumer, but producer of knowledge. By definition multidisciplinary, the course will equip you with tools for learning and living that can expand along a multitude of paths. No need for programming skills. Enthusiasm, creativity, and delight in collaboration, however, will be at a premium. Bring your imagination. Professor Joe Nugent