The TEI Special Interest Group on Scholarly Publishing, approved and created in June 2009, focuses on the use of TEI in original scholarly publication, as the medium of authorship and archival format from which print, Web, ebook, and other formats may be derived.
The convener of the SIG is Kenneth Reed of the University of North Carolina Press.
The original proposal for the SIG emerged from members of the North American university press community interested in exploring the use of the TEI as a basis for XML workflows primarily for scholarly monographs and other books.
- Learning XML -- from the AAUP wiki
- XML for the Rest of Us -- a panel at the AAUP 2010 Annual Meeting