Background Information on Elizabeth T. Knuth
Computing and Internet
- On the Internet since 1992.
- Self-taught in HTML.
- Took a college-level course in C++ programming.
- Member of the HTML Writer's
Guild and the Scriptorium.
Founding member of the Association of Christian Web Authors.
- Twice co-taught a college course "Introduction to the World
- Volunteer editor at the Open Directory
Project since May 1999.
Major Web projects:
Divina, for the Order of St. Benedict. Since 1995, by invitation from
- A Select
Library of Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian
Church, Second Series, Volume 11, for Christian Classics Ethereal Library.
December 1995-August 1996. Converted a compressed scanned text-only
file (641 pages in original printed form) to smaller proofread and
annotated HTML files.
- Internet Theology Resources, by School of
Theology Major Areas, for Clemens and Alcuin Libraries
at the College of St. Benedict and St. John's University. Since spring 1996.
Replaced another library staff member's theological Web page. In June
2005, Internet Theology Resources became part of my personal web
- Martin Luther, Concerning Christian Liberty
(a.k.a. On the Freedom of a
Christian), for Project
Wittenberg. Also in Project
Gutenberg as their Release #1911.
- Teresa of Avila, The Life
of St. Teresa of Jesus, of the Order of Our
Lady of Carmel, for Christian Classics Ethereal Library.
August 2001-June 2003. Also in Project Gutenberg as their Release
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