[MEI-L] Cheat sheets
Kijas, Anna E
Anna.Kijas at tufts.edu
Thu Feb 11 20:19:32 CET 2021
Thank you for following up and providing your perspective on the importance of cheat-sheets. I wonder if the MEI GitHub<https://github.com/music-encoding> might be a good place for cheat-sheets that have been reviewed for accuracy or in a sense “approved” by the MEI as an organization?
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Anna E. Kijas
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On 2/10/21, 5:06 AM, "mei-l on behalf of Irmlind Capelle" <mei-l-bounces at lists.uni-paderborn.de on behalf of irmlind.capelle at uni-paderborn.de> wrote:
please excuse me that I didn’t answer immediately: Really it is a good idea to have a place for Community Created Resources on the MEI website.
I am not quite sure how to handle the difference between MEI Resources and MEI Community-Created Resources but I trust in your discussion between the Board and the Digital Pedagogy IG. However, for me cheat sheets are fundamental materials on MEI and should have really official character and place.
We will stay in contact.
> Am 02.02.2021 um 13:58 schrieb Joachim Veit <jveit at mail.uni-paderborn.de>:
> Dear Anna,
> thank you very much - that's a really fine and helpfull idea!! This would also result in fixed URLs for these teaching materials. I just made the experience that a MEI cheat sheet which I cited in an article (now published five years after the conference...) is no longer on the website and thus I produced a broken link in the publication...
> And I would heartly welcome a collection of materials which help us to better teach MEI - because MEI seems to be very useful ....
> Best greetings,
> Am 02.02.21 um 13:42 schrieb Kijas, Anna E:
>> Dear Irmlind,
>> That is a great question! At our last Digital Pedagogy Interest Group meeting in January<https://docs.google.com/document/d/1G0F7qbZ-6vkUfKNE91yQ97zYYfqUqHvKtfdnNU5Qzw4/edit#heading=h.hukvyxfpidxx> the question also came up about sharing cheat sheets (in addition to other resources) from the MEI community in a central place. The IG is going to suggest the creation of a subpage or section on the MEI website that is called MEI Community-Created Resources. This would be similar to the bibliography page, but focused on identifying resources that may not be typical publications, but are useful for teaching MEI or demonstrating concepts, in formats such as lesson plans, tutorials, cheat sheets, etc. Does that sound like a good option?
>> The IG will be drafting some language for this Community-Created section and will share with the MEI-L to get feedback and additional thoughts.
>> Please note: Lilly Music Library hours and additional details can be viewed at https://tischlibrary.tufts.edu/use-library/lilly-music-library. Updates about library services can be found at https://tischlibrary.tufts.edu/about-us/news/2020-03-16-9900. All instruction, meetings, and consultations will be conducted over Zoom.
>> Anna E. Kijas
>> Head, Lilly Music Library
>> Granoff Music Center
>> Tufts University
>> 20 Talbot Avenue, Medford, MA 02155
>> Pronouns: she, her, hers
>> Book an appointment<https://tufts.libcal.com/appointments/kijas/lilly> | (617) 627-2846
>> From: mei-l <mei-l-bounces at lists.uni-paderborn.de> on behalf of Irmlind Capelle <irmlind.capelle at uni-paderborn.de>
>> Reply-To: Music Encoding Initiative <mei-l at lists.uni-paderborn.de>
>> Date: Tuesday, February 2, 2021 at 5:56 AM
>> To: Music Encoding Initiative <mei-l at lists.uni-paderborn.de>
>> Subject: [MEI-L] Cheat sheets
>> Dear all,
>> I’m not quite sure if this is the correct place to put my question but I try it.
>> On the Website there is the button „resources“ and in it the button „tutorials“. If you click this it is opened „tutorials and related material“. It would be fine if the button would also be extended with „related material“. Then this would be a good place to place there one or more cheat sheets for mei. We had two in the metadata ig sesson at the MEC 2020 and it would be fine to have it at an official place so you can link it in correspondence and literature.
>> A cheat sheet is a very good document to compare different XML structures and I would be really happy to have it not only on my private desc.
>> Best regards
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