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CTI Textual Studies

Guide to Digital Resources 1996-98
Table of Contents

[Replaced by the Guide to Digital Resources for the Humanities (2000, 2001)]

Table of Contents

Edited by Michael Fraser, Sarah Porter, and Sophie Clarke

This is the fourth edition of the CTI Textual Studies Guide to Digital Resources. The Guide aims to give an overview of digital resources which may have application for Higher Education teaching and research in the disciplines supported by the Centre: Literary Studies in all languages and periods, Literary Linguistics, Philosophy, Theology & Religious Studies, Classics, Film and Media Studies, and Drama). The Guide is currently being updated. Revised sections will be made available as they are completed.

The headings in blue are links to fully or partially completed sections of the guide
Full Table of Contents
Introduction to the Guide
Resources for specific subject areas
Language Studies
Philosophy and Logic
Film, Media, and Performing Arts
General Information and Resources
Overview of Humanities Computing
Starting Points on the Internet
Sources of Electronic Texts
Scanning, OCR and Fonts
Text Analysis Tools and Techniques
Edition Preparation
Development and Assessment
Bibliographic Resources and Tools
Monographs and Articles

HTML Authors: Sophie Clarke, Stuart Sutherland
Document created: 14 September 1998
Document last modified: 9 March 1999

The URL of this document is http://info.ox.ac.uk/ctitext/resguide/index.html