>> A grant reviewer has spurred me to think about mark-up levels. I
>> don't recall a specific discussion of this topic on the list, though I
>> suppose we've talked around it in a number of topics.
>> Catalogers using MARC have a fairly clear understanding of what
>> levels I, II, and III cataloging require. Each level assumes a certain
>> degree of complexity and sophistication that has been defined.
>> I've heard Michael Sperberg-McQueen and David Chesnutt talk about
>> Levels I, II, and III of TEI/MEP mark-up in connection with Chesnutt's
>> Model Editions Partnership. Again, each level assumes a degree of
>> complexity and sophistication that they have defined.
This does not answer the question but as a related aside, the "TEI in
Libraries" taskforce is going through exactly this process of defining
levels of tagging right now. Results in the new year.
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