Publishing techniques with XML 2018

 

Overview

XML is widely used in publishing workflows, for both print and electronic media. This course shows you ways to manage the workflow, the interaction between content and people, and the publishing processes, as well as ways to structure the documents themselves.

We will explore useful XML techniques, and discuss the use of some standard schemas including DocBook and TEI for both traditional publishing and digital humanities. Whether you work for a large publisher, academia, or a small organization, you will find learning more about publishing techniques that incorporate the features of XML ensures that your valuable information and its structure can be controlled and managed.

This course is chaired by Peter Flynn and taught by Nic Gibson, Norm Walsh, Tomos Hillman, and Tony Graham.

Classes for 2018

The Publishing Techniques with XML course runs on and .