Progress update, 9 to 15 November

By Tim Causer, on 15 November 2013

Welcome along to the progress update for the period 9 to 15 November, during which time further steady progress has been made by Transcribe Bentham volunteers. 4,987 words of Bentham text have been transcribed, along with a further 1,940 words of TEI XML.

6,454 manuscripts have now been transcribed or partially-transcribed, which is an increase of 21 on last week’s total. Of these transcripts, 6,168 (95%) have been approved and locked after passing the quality control process, which is up 15 on this time last week.

The more detailed state of progress is as follows:

Readers might be interested in the recently-released UCL Audio tour, which features a piece by Professor Philip Schofield (Bentham Project) and Nick Booth (UCL Museums) on Bentham, UCL, and his auto-icon.

Thank you, as always, to everyone who has generously given their time and effort to the project during the last week. It is greatly appreciated by all of us at Transcribe Bentham.