T r a n s c r i p t i o n s Resources
Shakespeare Cyborg Variorum

Technologies integrated into the Transcriptions Preoject.

Index of Resources
  1. Overview
  2. Guides to Readings in Literature and Information Culture
    1. Bookshelf (Brief descriptions and mini-reviews of works in a variety of media that developers of the Transcriptions project or speakers in its colloquium series have been reading. These are the works that are helping to shape the intellectual direction of the Transcriptions project. The Bookshelf is a searchable database.)
    2. Hypertext Literature (annotated catalogue of representative works of hypertext fiction, poetry, and theory in a variety of media, both offline and online works; includes a guide to the Transcription studio's library of publications by the Eastgate company)
  3. Guides to Online Research
    1. Online Research Resources (library catalogues, digital text archives, periodical indices, etc.; includes both general-access and UCSB-only resources)
    2. Online Reference Resources (dictionaries, thesauri, atlases, encyclopedias, etc.)
    3. Online Resources for Writing and Speaking (grammer and style guides, writing tips, advice on oral presentations, etc.)
    4. Evaluating & Citing Online Resources (checklists, exercises, examples, and annotated links; also includes a printable form to use in tracking and evaluating online sites)
  4. Guides to Technology in Transcriptions Courses
    1. Web-Authoring Basics (basic outline of the process required to download, revise, and upload web pages associated with Transcriptions courses)
    2. Web-Authoring Resources (design and how-to advice for both beginning and advanced Web authors; includes links to HTML and design style guides, help with images, and examples of good and bad design)
    3. Transcriptions Studio Software (catalogue of the major production tools used by Transcriptions with links to resources and tutorials; covers Macromedia's Dreamweaver and Fireworks, Adobe's Photoshop and Illustrator, and Allaire's Homesite programs)
    4. How to Post Messages in the Exchange Messaging Environment (step-by-step guide)
    5. How to Use the Web to Add/Edit Content in the Project's Timeline or Linkbase Databases (step-by-step guide)
  5. For Instructors and Developers:
    1. Teaching with Information Technology (annotated links to resources and tools for designing courses utilizing IT; also includes example sites)
    2. Developer Resources for Transcriptions Project (Templates for course and topics pages, Photoshop templates for images, Descriptions of web technology used in HTML design, Cascading Style Sheets [CSS], Server Side Includes [SSI], and relevant information)
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