The Victorian Women Writers Project: The Library as a Creator and Publisher of Electronic Texts
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Describes the Victorian Women Writers Project, a full-text poetry database created and published on the World Wide Web by Indiana University Libraries. Electronic formats such as graphical, character-based, and proprietary files are discussed, along with standards for formatting, including ASCII, HTML, and Text Encoding Initiatives. Decisions must consider archival nature and accessibility.
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