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CFP: Open Topic Issue of the Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative

The Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative (JTEI, <http://jtei.revues.org/>) is the official peer-reviewed, open-access journal of the Text Encoding Initiative Consortium. The objectives of the journal are to disseminate as widely as possible information about the TEI and its applications to scholarship. The Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative publishes state-of-the-art reports on electronic textual editing, current trends in TEI encoding, and new use cases for TEI. It provides a forum for articles on the discussion of the interface between the TEI and other communities, and more generally of the role of technological standards in the digital humanities.

Beginning in 2017, in an effort to shorten time from submission to publication, for both the conference and non-conference articles, we will publish articles as soon as they are ready for publication in a new “Preview” area, as is increasingly common with other online journals. URL and DOI remain unchanged when articles move from the “Preview” area to a specific issue.

Since its inception, the Journal of the TEI has provided a forum for articles on the discussion of the interface between the TEI and other communities, and more generally of the role of technological standards in the digital humanities, including digital scholarly editing, linguistic analysis, corpora creation, and newer areas such as mass digitization, semantic web research, and editing within virtual worlds.

Submissions are accepted in three categories that reflect the current state of TEI-related research and address the growing need for reference corpora and data sets:

* Research papers:  Research papers document conceptual, theoretical, exploratory, and innovative work and include the apparatus one expects in a scholarly research paper: scholarly citations, footnotes, appropriate bibliography, etc.

* Project / Tool Notes: Project/Tool notes are descriptive reports that detail detailing the accomplishments and contributions of a particular project, tool, encoding method, etc.

* Data sets: Data sets are organized collections of TEI or related data that are accompanied by a short descriptive paper that describes the data set and its contribution to the the TEI and other scholarly communities. The data set must be published in a publicly accessible archive such as GitHub, TAPAS, or the Oxford Text Archive. The jTEI will not host the dataset, but will publish the descriptive paper along with a link to the data set.

We invite authors of TEI-related research to submit their results through the submission process on journal.tei-c.org: <http://journal.tei-c.org/journal/author/submit/1>. If you have been an author or reviewer before, you should be able to use your existing login; otherwise you'll need to create an account.

Deadline: Rolling deadline, articles will be accepted throughout the year and, once accepted, will be published in the Preview area and then included in the next available non-conference issue.

Please feel free to contact any of the editors with specific questions about articles or the submission process.

Note that we have adopted a new Author Agreement based on open access principles which leaves copyright with the author rather than vesting it in the Journal, giving you much greater control over your work:
<http://www.tei-c.org/jTEI/jtei_author_agreement_CC.pdf>

We encourage all authors to deposit pre-prints of their submissions in their home institutional repositories or a similar open access repository before they are published in the jTEI.

Useful links for authors:
* Author guidelines: <http://journal.tei-c.org/journal/about/submissions#authorGuidelines>
* Author agreement: <http://www.tei-c.org/jTEI/jtei_author_agreement_CC.pdf>

Please watch for a simultaneous CFP for papers from the 2016 TEI Conference & Members’ Meeting.

ISSN: 2162-5603

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| John A. Walsh
| Associate Professor of Information Science, School of Informatics & Computing
| Adjunct Associate Professor of English, College of Arts and Sciences
| Editor, The Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative
| Technical Editor, Digital Humanities Quarterly
| Indiana University, 1320 East 10th Street, Bloomington, IN 47405
| Web: <http://johnwalsh.name> Voice: +1-812-856-0707

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Re: CFP: Open Topic Issue of the Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative

Connell, Sarah
Lord knows I don’t need any more writing projects at the moment, but when we both have some breathing space, we might want to think about writing up project/tool notes for the work we’ve been doing lately with WWO corpus research. 


On Jan 30, 2017, at 4:42 PM, Walsh, John Anthony <[hidden email]> wrote:

CFP: Open Topic Issue of the Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative

The Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative (JTEI, <http://jtei.revues.org/>) is the official peer-reviewed, open-access journal of the Text Encoding Initiative Consortium. The objectives of the journal are to disseminate as widely as possible information about the TEI and its applications to scholarship. The Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative publishes state-of-the-art reports on electronic textual editing, current trends in TEI encoding, and new use cases for TEI. It provides a forum for articles on the discussion of the interface between the TEI and other communities, and more generally of the role of technological standards in the digital humanities.

Beginning in 2017, in an effort to shorten time from submission to publication, for both the conference and non-conference articles, we will publish articles as soon as they are ready for publication in a new “Preview” area, as is increasingly common with other online journals. URL and DOI remain unchanged when articles move from the “Preview” area to a specific issue.

Since its inception, the Journal of the TEI has provided a forum for articles on the discussion of the interface between the TEI and other communities, and more generally of the role of technological standards in the digital humanities, including digital scholarly editing, linguistic analysis, corpora creation, and newer areas such as mass digitization, semantic web research, and editing within virtual worlds.

Submissions are accepted in three categories that reflect the current state of TEI-related research and address the growing need for reference corpora and data sets:

* Research papers:  Research papers document conceptual, theoretical, exploratory, and innovative work and include the apparatus one expects in a scholarly research paper: scholarly citations, footnotes, appropriate bibliography, etc.

* Project / Tool Notes: Project/Tool notes are descriptive reports that detail detailing the accomplishments and contributions of a particular project, tool, encoding method, etc.

* Data sets: Data sets are organized collections of TEI or related data that are accompanied by a short descriptive paper that describes the data set and its contribution to the the TEI and other scholarly communities. The data set must be published in a publicly accessible archive such as GitHub, TAPAS, or the Oxford Text Archive. The jTEI will not host the dataset, but will publish the descriptive paper along with a link to the data set.

We invite authors of TEI-related research to submit their results through the submission process on journal.tei-c.org: <http://journal.tei-c.org/journal/author/submit/1>. If you have been an author or reviewer before, you should be able to use your existing login; otherwise you'll need to create an account.

Deadline: Rolling deadline, articles will be accepted throughout the year and, once accepted, will be published in the Preview area and then included in the next available non-conference issue.

Please feel free to contact any of the editors with specific questions about articles or the submission process.

Note that we have adopted a new Author Agreement based on open access principles which leaves copyright with the author rather than vesting it in the Journal, giving you much greater control over your work:
<http://www.tei-c.org/jTEI/jtei_author_agreement_CC.pdf>

We encourage all authors to deposit pre-prints of their submissions in their home institutional repositories or a similar open access repository before they are published in the jTEI.

Useful links for authors:
* Author guidelines: <http://journal.tei-c.org/journal/about/submissions#authorGuidelines>
* Author agreement: <http://www.tei-c.org/jTEI/jtei_author_agreement_CC.pdf>

Please watch for a simultaneous CFP for papers from the 2016 TEI Conference & Members’ Meeting.

ISSN: 2162-5603

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| John A. Walsh
| Associate Professor of Information Science, School of Informatics & Computing
| Adjunct Associate Professor of English, College of Arts and Sciences
| Editor, The Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative
| Technical Editor, Digital Humanities Quarterly
| Indiana University, 1320 East 10th Street, Bloomington, IN 47405
| Web: <http://johnwalsh.name> Voice: +1-812-856-0707


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Re: CFP: Open Topic Issue of the Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative

Connell, Sarah

Dear all, 


My sincerest apologies—this message was (obviously) not meant to go to the whole list—I hadn't realized that some changes I'd made to the message while in offline mode (most notably taking the list out of the CC field) hadn't actually gone through & was too fast with the send button. 


I'm very sorry! 


All my best,


Sarah


From: TEI (Text Encoding Initiative) public discussion list <[hidden email]> on behalf of Connell, Sarah <[hidden email]>
Sent: Tuesday, January 31, 2017 10:10:05 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: CFP: Open Topic Issue of the Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative
 
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Lord knows I don’t need any more writing projects at the moment, but when we both have some breathing space, we might want to think about writing up project/tool notes for the work we’ve been doing lately with WWO corpus research. 


On Jan 30, 2017, at 4:42 PM, Walsh, John Anthony <[hidden email]> wrote:

CFP: Open Topic Issue of the Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative

The Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative (JTEI, <http://jtei.revues.org/>) is the official peer-reviewed, open-access journal of the Text Encoding Initiative Consortium. The objectives of the journal are to disseminate as widely as possible information about the TEI and its applications to scholarship. The Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative publishes state-of-the-art reports on electronic textual editing, current trends in TEI encoding, and new use cases for TEI. It provides a forum for articles on the discussion of the interface between the TEI and other communities, and more generally of the role of technological standards in the digital humanities.

Beginning in 2017, in an effort to shorten time from submission to publication, for both the conference and non-conference articles, we will publish articles as soon as they are ready for publication in a new “Preview” area, as is increasingly common with other online journals. URL and DOI remain unchanged when articles move from the “Preview” area to a specific issue.

Since its inception, the Journal of the TEI has provided a forum for articles on the discussion of the interface between the TEI and other communities, and more generally of the role of technological standards in the digital humanities, including digital scholarly editing, linguistic analysis, corpora creation, and newer areas such as mass digitization, semantic web research, and editing within virtual worlds.

Submissions are accepted in three categories that reflect the current state of TEI-related research and address the growing need for reference corpora and data sets:

* Research papers:  Research papers document conceptual, theoretical, exploratory, and innovative work and include the apparatus one expects in a scholarly research paper: scholarly citations, footnotes, appropriate bibliography, etc.

* Project / Tool Notes: Project/Tool notes are descriptive reports that detail detailing the accomplishments and contributions of a particular project, tool, encoding method, etc.

* Data sets: Data sets are organized collections of TEI or related data that are accompanied by a short descriptive paper that describes the data set and its contribution to the the TEI and other scholarly communities. The data set must be published in a publicly accessible archive such as GitHub, TAPAS, or the Oxford Text Archive. The jTEI will not host the dataset, but will publish the descriptive paper along with a link to the data set.

We invite authors of TEI-related research to submit their results through the submission process on journal.tei-c.org: <http://journal.tei-c.org/journal/author/submit/1>. If you have been an author or reviewer before, you should be able to use your existing login; otherwise you'll need to create an account.

Deadline: Rolling deadline, articles will be accepted throughout the year and, once accepted, will be published in the Preview area and then included in the next available non-conference issue.

Please feel free to contact any of the editors with specific questions about articles or the submission process.

Note that we have adopted a new Author Agreement based on open access principles which leaves copyright with the author rather than vesting it in the Journal, giving you much greater control over your work:
<http://www.tei-c.org/jTEI/jtei_author_agreement_CC.pdf>

We encourage all authors to deposit pre-prints of their submissions in their home institutional repositories or a similar open access repository before they are published in the jTEI.

Useful links for authors:
* Author guidelines: <http://journal.tei-c.org/journal/about/submissions#authorGuidelines>
* Author agreement: <http://www.tei-c.org/jTEI/jtei_author_agreement_CC.pdf>

Please watch for a simultaneous CFP for papers from the 2016 TEI Conference & Members’ Meeting.

ISSN: 2162-5603

---
| John A. Walsh
| Associate Professor of Information Science, School of Informatics & Computing
| Adjunct Associate Professor of English, College of Arts and Sciences
| Editor, The Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative
| Technical Editor, Digital Humanities Quarterly
| Indiana University, 1320 East 10th Street, Bloomington, IN 47405
| Web: <http://johnwalsh.name> Voice: +1-812-856-0707


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Re: CFP: Open Topic Issue of the Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative

ron.vandenbranden
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Hi Sarah,

No worries, as far as we (the jTEI editors) are concerned: it's great to know we can be expecting the first submissions in the brand new "project/tool notes" section ;-)! Good luck with the work!

Best,

Ron

-- 
Ron Van den Branden

Technical Editor 
jTEI  - Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative 
        http://jtei.revues.org/


On 31/01/2017 17:44, Connell, Sarah wrote:

Dear all, 


My sincerest apologies—this message was (obviously) not meant to go to the whole list—I hadn't realized that some changes I'd made to the message while in offline mode (most notably taking the list out of the CC field) hadn't actually gone through & was too fast with the send button. 


I'm very sorry! 


All my best,


Sarah


From: TEI (Text Encoding Initiative) public discussion list [hidden email] on behalf of Connell, Sarah [hidden email]
Sent: Tuesday, January 31, 2017 10:10:05 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: CFP: Open Topic Issue of the Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative
 

This sender failed our fraud detection checks and may not be who they appear to be. Learn about spoofing Feedback
Lord knows I don’t need any more writing projects at the moment, but when we both have some breathing space, we might want to think about writing up project/tool notes for the work we’ve been doing lately with WWO corpus research. 



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