Cambridge University Press, publisher of Orlando, the online resource for British women’s writing, has released a new video showcasing the significance of the Orlando Project. Orlando is produced using the CWRC platform and offers a unique and valuable resource for scholars of women’s writing.
Diane Jakacki and Susan Brown presented about LEAF at this year's Digital Humanities conference! Cleack on "Read more" to see the full presentation.
We fixed the bug causing inability to create and edit TEI Named entities (persons, organizations and places).
Give it a try in CWRC Writer or in the entity collections you have access to.
Click on "Read More" to watch a short video about the CWRC-supported course.
The Canada Foundation for Innovation has announced funding for the Linked Infrastructure for Networked Cultural Scholarship (LINCS) project.
New TEI Entity Forms
As part of the code update we did at the end of October, we added support for creating and editing TEI-conformant files for person, organization and place entities.
We redesigned BagIt to allow users to download all or selected desceendants of the current collection. The module now works with Internet Archive books as well.
Give it a try by selecting Manage --> Create Bag(s) in the collection interface.
A Linked Open Dataset based on The Orlando Project's textbase is being released in conjunction with the WestGrid Visualize This! competition as one of two featured datasets.
The People and the Text website launched to a full room in a special Congress 2018 joint session of ACCUTE and the Indigenous Literary Studies Association at
The Canada’s Early Women Writers project is pleased to announce that as of today our sister websites, Canada’s Early Women Writers and the Database of Canada’s Early Women Writers, are both fully populated and available online.