Ned Kelly's Jerilderie Letter: The JITM Worksite
An electronic edition and collaborative study
Welcome to the JITM Worksite for Ned Kelly's "Jerilderie Letter". Text generated by the system appears in this frame. Navigation and settings are controlled by the left-hand frame and annotations appear in the bottom frame.
The Just In Time Markup (JITM) system generates different customised views - Perspectives - of a transcribed text. As each Perspective is created the system authenticates the underlying transcription file. Facsimile images of the original are provided direct from the State Library of Victoria's website.
The user can select a Perspective from among various options. Alternatively, the Preferred Perspective presents the editor's base transcription with page and line breaks and highlighting (italics, underlining, superscript etc.) applied to it. The user can remove these if required.
To navigate through this edition use the hyperlinks and buttons that will appear in the left-hand frame. Other options such as choice of markup language presentation (e.g. TEI SGML markup) are also available for more advanced users.
This JITM worksite is dynamic. It enables ongoing collaboration. Annotations by Paul Eggert (textual) and John McQuilton (historical) are available. Users can contribute new interpretations: email email@example.com. The creation of different editions based on the same textual materials will be enabled in due course. See JL Note on text.html.
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This page last updated 17-6-2005