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Humanist Discussion Group (humanist@kcl.ac.uk)
Wed, 10 Feb 1999 19:04:02 +0000 (BST)

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 12, No. 418.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

[1] From: Lloyd Benson <Lloyd.Benson@furman.edu> (62)
Subject: New List: E-DOCS

[2] From: Stuart Lee <stuart.lee@computing- (29)
Subject: New list for _Literary & Linguistic Computing_ (fwd)

Date: Wed, 10 Feb 1999 19:09:05 +0000
From: Lloyd Benson <Lloyd.Benson@furman.edu>
Subject: New List: E-DOCS

Apologies for Cross-Posting

Announcing E-DOCS
a scholarly list about historical documents on the Internet

E-DOCS is a discussion list and website for professionals involved in the
production, distribution, and organization of historical documents on the
Internet. Using this list we hope to foster conversation and information
exchange about issues relating to electronic texts on the net, including
access, transcription, quality control, copyright and other legal problems,
document markup and annotation, teaching applications, and textual analysis.
E-DOCS will sponsor reviews of websites and software, distribute information
about new developments in the field, host workshops and encourage
collaboration among content producers, organizers, and publishers. E-DOCS
invites subscribers to submit their website information, announcements,
teaching materials, bibliographies, listings of new sources and archives,
and reports on new software, datasets and cd-roms.

Subscriptions are free, and open to all who are interested in electronic
documents on the web. Applicants fill out a short description of their
document-related interests. To subscribe: send the form at the bottom of
this message to <lloyd.benson@furman.edu>

E-DOCS is a moderated list. The editors will read every submission,
consolidate postings where appropriate, answer technical queries and will
assist with subscription problems. While no relevant posting will be
arbitrarily refused, the editor may return submissions to the sender for
major corrections in grammar, spelling and formatting, or to suggest
stylistic improvements and bibliographic itations. (If you mention a book or
article, please try to include full name, title and date.) The editor will
not alter the meaning of messages without the author's permission. The
editors will not publish flames, personal attacks, irrelevant items, or
items that should go directly to someone else rather than the whole list. The
current editor will be identified in all messages coming from the list. The
editors are responsible to the subscribers, to the larger "republic of
letters," and to an editorial advisory board that will be selected
(volunteers welcome.)

COPYRIGHT: All messages are automatically copyright by the authors, with the
understanding that "Fair Use" provision of the law and the customs of the
Internet allow for cross-posting and copying for educational purposes,
without the need to ask the author's permission. E-DOCS is a publication,
and all messages are permanently archived. To obtain the files for a
particular month send this message to
get e-docs log9902

(where 9902 = February 1999)

A suggested citation to a message is:
Jean Jones, "Teaching With E-Documents." E-DOCS@LISTSERV.UIC.EDU, 2-20-99

Current Editors:
Lloyd Benson, Furman University <lloyd.benson@furman.edu>
Richard Jensen, U of Illinois <rjensen@uic.edu>
Vernon Burton, U of Illinois, < vburton@ncsa.uiuc.edu>

------------------cut here and mail to <lloyd.benson@furman.edu>

a) Firstname Lastname
b) Postal/mailing address

c) your www page
d) Best email address

e) School or academic affiliation and status [professor/grad
student/ librarian/ independent scholar/ etc]
f) Teaching, research, editing or publication interests
g) Comments on what you would like to see on E-DOCS
h) Can you volunteer to review sites and software programs or help with
the web site? which site or program would you like to review?

send to <lloyd.benson@furman.edu> and our editors will sign you up

Date: Wed, 10 Feb 1999 19:10:32 +0000
From: Stuart Lee <stuart.lee@computing-services.oxford.ac.uk>
Subject: New list for _Literary & Linguistic Computing_ (fwd)

Dear All,


LITLIN - Discussion list for the journal 'Literary and Linguistic

As part of the changing format of the Association for Literary and
Linguistic Computing's established journal, we have pleasure in announcing
our new list. The aim of this list is to allow people to discuss articles
that have appeared in Literary and Linguistic Computing, or any other
matters related to the Journal or to the activities of the ALLC.

Please note you do not have to be a member of the ALLC to participate on
the list but we would strongly recommend it!

To subscribe to the list send the message:

subscribe litlin



Full details of the list are available at: http://www.oup.co.uk/litlin/

Stuart Lee
Assistant Editor, LLC
Dr Stuart D Lee | Current Project: 'Scoping The Future of
Clarendon Building | Oxford's Digital Collections'
Broad Street |
Oxford OX1 3BG | Head of the Centre for Humanities Computing
Tel: +44 1865 277230 |
Fax: +44 1865 273275 | Chair, University's Datasets Committee
E-mail: Stuart.Lee@oucs.ox.ac.uk

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