Creating and Documenting Electronic Texts
by A. Morrison, M. Popham, K. Wikander
Publisher: Oxbow Books 2000
Number of pages: 80
The aim of this Guide is to take users through the basic steps involved in creating and documenting an electronic text or similar digital resource. The authors concentrate on those types of electronic text which represent a transcription of a non-electronic source.
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