Teaching with TAPAS
TEI has become a central part of the digital humanities professional tool set, and a core competency for students exploring digital humanities as part of a degree or certificate program. It is also a very useful point of entry for teaching other humanities and digital humanities topics, such as data modeling, digital transcription and editing, and digital publishing. TAPAS offers support for a wide range of teaching activities involving the TEI, including workshops, individual assignments, semester-long courses, and involvement of students in longer-term projects. The resources below are aimed at helping both teachers and students get up to speed quickly on TAPAS and the TEI, and making the teaching process as smooth as possible. Over time, we are adding more materials and we invite contributions and feedback from teachers and students. Have a good idea for an assignment, or a great slide set to share? Thoughts about how to improve any of these materials? Let us know!