The oXygen XML editor
You can access this software in the Language Lab, 15/1105, during open hours. For Spring 2016:
MW 9a to 1p
TR 930 to 12p
F 10a to 1p; 2p to 5p
There are language classes that may use the lab by previous reservation. This will mostly happen on Mondays and Weds. 10-2. Please do not try to use the lab when classes are in session there.
If the lab is closed when you get there during regular hours, call the office of the Dept. of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, (904) 620-2282. The software is installed on all machines except for one or two in the back of the room.
You can also install the editor on your laptop and request and 30-day trial key. Go to https://www.oxygenxml.com/download.html, choose “editor,” download and install it. You will be prompted to request a key, which will be sent to you via email and which you will copy and paste into the installation program when it runs.
Optical Character Recognition (ORC) software can be used to convert images of print texts into plain text files. If you would like to use such software, we can research some good options for you to try.