An Introduction to James Lamb’s CUP/XML WordEmbed
with Jim Fuhr, PhD
Based on a text of Jim Fuhr's, the presentation will cover the basics of preparing a Word document for conversion into book form by Cambridge University Press or its affiliates.
During this one-hour webinar, you will learn:
- Reasons for embedding
- CUP/XML’s relation to other embedding programs
- Its basic operations: ease and difficulties
- Caveats and mechanics
- The future of CUP/XML
For six years Jim was a staff lecturer at the Art Institute of Chicago. He has a PhD in comparative literature with a minor in art history. Jim has been indexing for twelve years, and his primary areas of interest are French studies, world literature, fine arts in all media including photography, film and film history. Since 2012, he has been indexing in James Lamb’s CUP/XML WordEmbed, which has become an important adjunct to his work overall.
This webinar was originally presented on Wednesday, October 16, 2019.
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