I assume many of you have already seen on the TEI list that we our
request is supported.
> Fra: Susan Schreibman <susan.schreibman@...>
> Dato: 10. mai 2009 20.29.57 GMT+02:00
> Til: "TEI-L@..." <TEI-L@...>
> Emne: Result of the TEI's first SIG Grant competition
> Svar til: Susan Schreibman <susan.schreibman@...>
> I am delighted to announce that the TEI Board is supporting three
> requests for funding in the first SIG Grant Competition. My thanks to
> the adjudication committee for their excellent advice:
> Christian Wittern (Board Rep)
> James Cummings (Council Rep)
> David Sewell (Council Rep)
> Susan Schreibman (Chair; Board Rep)
> The three proposals are outlined below. On behalf of the TEI Board and
> the Grants Committee I wish to congratulate the SIG Chairs for
> proposals that promote the outreach mission of TEI in compelling and
> provocative ways.
> *Manuscript SIG*
> Elena Pierazzo
> To help support the workshop to be held in Paris 14-15 May 2009 at
> ideas will be collected on devising a tag set to support genetic
> as well as testing of the preliminary draft of the encoding model
> prepared by the organising committee.
> *Education SIG *
> Julianne Nyhan
> Stephanie Schlitz
> To help support a monthly series of essays, interviews, podcasts, and
> multimedia articles to be hosted on the TEI website.
> *Ontologies SIG *
> Øyvind Eide
> To help support the attendance of three people to a meeting/workshop
> begin work on developing the TEI Guidelines so that TEI documents may
> easily map onto ontologies such as CIDOC-CRM.
> My warmest congratulations again.
> Susan Schreibman, PhD
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