Austria

Agnes Amminger
Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation
  • Biography as compilation: How to edit Georg Nikolaus Nissen’s (1828) in TEI 
Peter Andorfer
Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • The Digital Editions Catalogue App: A web application to browse, curate and analyze digital editions 
  • HowTo create your own digital edition web app — A blog 
  • Support for TEI editions in academic libraries. An upcoming study of the Library Publishing Coalition 
Tara Lee Andrews
Department of History, University of Vienna
  • Freeing our Texts from their (Digital Tool) chains 
Roman Bleier
Center for Information Modelling – Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, University of Graz
  • Documenting Transmission: The Analysis of the Folk Process using Versioning Machine 5.0 
  • Capturing the crowd-sourcing process: storing different stages of crowd-sourced transcriptions in TEI 
Jack Thompson Bowers
Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Exploring data models for heterogenous dialect data: the case of explore.bread.AT! 
  • TEI and lemon: a comparative study on the lexical encoding and interoperability 
Ingo Börner
Department of German Studies, University of Vienna
  • Database of Belarusian Periodicals 
Nora Fischer
Institute for History of Art and Musicology, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Wienerisches Diarium Digital: Unlocking a historic newspaper for interdisciplinary studies with the TEI Guidelines 
Vanessa Hannesschläger
Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Wienerisches Diarium Digital: Unlocking a historic newspaper for interdisciplinary studies with the TEI Guidelines 
  • Common Creativity international. CC-licensing and other options for TEI-based digital editions in an international context 
Desiree Hebenstreit
Department of German Studies, University of Vienna
  • Andreas Okopenko: diaries from the poet’s estate (hybrid edition) 
Arno Herberth
Department of German Studies, University of Vienna
  • Andreas Okopenko: diaries from the poet’s estate (hybrid edition) 
Margaret King
Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Support for TEI editions in academic libraries. An upcoming study of the Library Publishing Coalition 
Robert Klugseder
Institute for History of Art and Musicology, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Cantus Network — a semantically enriched digital edition of libri ordinarii of the Salzburg metropolitan province 
Anna Mader
Institute for History of Art and Musicology, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Wienerisches Diarium Digital: Unlocking a historic newspaper for interdisciplinary studies with the TEI Guidelines 
Patrick McAllister
Institute for the Cultural and Intellectual History of Asia, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Does this shoe fit? Applying the TEI guidelines to Sanskrit philosophical texts 
Anja Morgenstern
Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation
  • Biography as compilation: How to edit Georg Nikolaus Nissen’s (1828) in TEI 
Karlheinz Mörth
Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Wiki2TEI: Wikipedias as sources for language research 
  • Towards a Repository of Senses for Use in TEI encoded Dictionaries 
  • Lexical information in the TEI: modeling and markup 
Claudia Resch
Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Wienerisches Diarium Digital: Unlocking a historic newspaper for interdisciplinary studies with the TEI Guidelines 
  • Encoding crime and punishment: A digital collection of historic broadsheets 
Martina Scholger
Center for Information Modelling – Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, University of Graz
  • TEI2German Translatathon 
Daniel Schopper
Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Encoding a Dictionary of Russian Dialects in TEI and linking to LOD Resources 
  • Wienerisches Diarium Digital: Unlocking a historic newspaper for interdisciplinary studies with the TEI Guidelines 
  • Encoding crime and punishment: A digital collection of historic broadsheets 
  • Wiki2TEI: Wikipedias as sources for language research 
Melanie Seltmann
Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Exploring data models for heterogenous dialect data: the case of explore.bread.AT! 
Christian Steiner
Institute of Economics, University of Graz
  • Cantus Network — a semantically enriched digital edition of libri ordinarii of the Salzburg metropolitan province 
Laura Tezarek
Literary Archives, Austrian National Library
  • Andreas Okopenko: diaries from the poet’s estate (hybrid edition) 
Georg Vogeler
Center for Information Modelling – Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, University of Graz
  • Encoding Text about Things 
Eveline Wandl-Vogt
Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Encoding a Dictionary of Russian Dialects in TEI and linking to LOD Resources 
Joseph Wang
Institute of History and European Ethnology, University of Innsbruck
  • From DOCX via TEI to Literature Map 
Tanja Wissik
Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • ACDH Tool Gallery 2.2: TEI Basics – A gentle introduction to Text Encoding 
Eva Wohlfarter
Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Wienerisches Diarium Digital: Unlocking a historic newspaper for interdisciplinary studies with the TEI Guidelines 
Christian Zolles
Department of German Studies, University of Vienna
  • Andreas Okopenko: diaries from the poet’s estate (hybrid edition)