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International audience; The panel presents results and ongoing work from corpus projects in which TEI-P5 hasbeen adopted for the representation and linguistic annotation of genres of social mediaand computer-mediated communication (CMC). It relates to the work of the TEI-SIG“computer-mediated communication” which is developing TEI models for therepresentation of CMC genres and testing these models for a broad range of genres(ranging from “text-only” genres such as chat and SMS to multimodal genres such aslearning environments and Second Life) and in corpus building initiatives for variousEuropean languages.The goal of the panel is to give an overview of models and practices in representingCMC in TEI on the example of German and French CMC corpora. A documentation andODD files of the schemas developed by the group will be made available in the TEI wikiand be announced via the TEI mailing list before the conference so that everybody whois interested in participating in the discussion can examine the CMC models in advance.The discussion in the panel shall serve as an opportunity for collecting feedback onthese models and schema drafts from a broader community within the TEI who isinterested in adapting TEI-P5 for the representation of new (digital) genres. Thisfeedback will be taken into consideration when revising the models and – as a next stepafter the conference – preparing feature requests for adapting the TEI for CMC.