You understand correctly. The TEI has received funds from the National
Endowment for the Humanities, the European Economic Community, and the
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Further support is contributed (partly in-kind) by the various
institutions at which participants in the initiative are housed and by
the individual participants themselves. Thus the support of UIC,
Oxford, Vassar, Univ. of Pisa, Bellcore, the Wellcome Institute, Univ.
of Oslo, Univ. of Arizona, and Queen's Univ. (Ont.), should be
acknowledged, as also that of all the other places whose staff and
faculty are serving on working committees.
Finally, some costs have also been borne by the three sponsoring
organizations: the Association for Computers and the Humanities, the
Association for Computational Linguistics, and the Association for
Literary and Linguistic Computing.
(We are now seeking funds for the second development cycle, to run from
1990 to 1992. Call us here at Pledge Central if you'd like to