Linking educational activities with biodiversitycollections:Can web of linked data enhance theeducational usage of biodive...
Natural Europe CIP PSP• Natural History & Environmental CulturalHeritage in European Digital Libraries forEducationwww.nat...
Consortium members (1/2)Partner Country1. Greek Research & Technology Network(GRNET)GREECE2. Technical University of Crete...
Consortium members (2/2)Partner Country8. Magic Worlds (MW) BELGIUM9. Natural History Museum of Crete (NHMC) GREECE10. Mus...
museums hold a wealth of high qualitycontent
which can be used to support education
this is NOT an educational resource
…but may become one
how can natural historymuseums and sciencecenters connect theirdigital collections withtheir educationalactivities?
School communityPre-structured PathwayPatternFrom Teachers &Museum Educators
Lifelong LearnersOpen Pathway PatternFromMuseum Educators
Inquiry based learning
Game based learning
aggregation of educational and culturalcontentMetadata aggregator for Educational Content4.000 recordsSearch APIFront end ...
CASE 1: AUTHORING TOOL FORDEVELOPING EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS
Educational Pathway Authoring Tool
Educational Pathway Player
CASE 2: EDUCATIONAL SECTIONS INMUSEUM SITE
Educational portal for Natural HistoryMuseum of CreteDemo
CASE 3: INTERACTIVEINSTALLATIONS IN MUSEUMS
Prototype at NHMC
Prototype at NHMC
HOW MUSEUMS, EDUCATORS ANDVISITORS COULD BENEFIT FROM LINKEDOPEN DATA
ingesting content from external sources• Animation showing the processNoise
Betterresultslinked data powered content ingestion
learning material discovery
linked data powered
challenges• federated search– use a single point for search• more biodiversity and educational dataavailable in linked dat...
More info• Educational tool and discovery sites– http://www.nhmc.uoc.gr/educational-pathways/– http://education.natural-eu...
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This is a presentation of Natural Europe Use Case to the LinkedUp Meeting. This presentation indicates how Natural Europe "products" could benefit from adopting linked data services.

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  • however a picture of its own is not an educational
  • we can use pedagogical approaches and models such as inquiry based learning where …..
  • but also game based approaches where ….
  • Here you can see an example of a Game Based Pathway. This pathway can be used by parents to plan a visit in the museum and to help their children to learn through a game approach
  • The generated content both educational and cultural is aggregated by the Natural Europe federation infrastructure and on top of these federations a number of meaningful services can be provided to the museums. Examples include discovery pages, widgets, interactive installations.
  • But lets have a closer look on some specific examples of meaningful services that we have developed in Natural Europe for museums
  • The generated content is also used to develop interactive installations.
  • The generated content is also used to develop interactive installations.
  • Here use SPARQL end points instead of Search APIs. In this way we can have results only related to biodiversity.
  • Using the linked open data web we can mash up information from various sources and enhance the discovery experience of the user. In this slide we show how while user is studying a specific resource he could also explore other resources from Europeana, Dbpedia, GBIF and Nature.
  • The main challenges that we are currently facing are ….It would be great to address then in a collaboration with the LinkedUp
  • Presentation of Natural Europe Use Case to LinkedUp Meeting

    1. 1. Linking educational activities with biodiversitycollections:Can web of linked data enhance theeducational usage of biodiversity collections?Nikolaos MarianosGreek Research and Technology Network
    2. 2. Natural Europe CIP PSP• Natural History & Environmental CulturalHeritage in European Digital Libraries forEducationwww.natural-europe.eu• Funded under: CIP-ICT-PSP.2009.2.5– Use of cultural heritage material for education– Budget: 4.700.000 euros (50%)
    3. 3. Consortium members (1/2)Partner Country1. Greek Research & Technology Network(GRNET)GREECE2. Technical University of Crete (TUC) GREECE3. Fraunhofer Institute for Applied InformationTechnology (FIT)GERMANY4. Ellinogermaniki Agogi (EA) GREECE5. University of Bayreuth (UBT) GERMANY6. University of Helsinki (HU) FINLAND7. BARCO (BN) BELGIUM
    4. 4. Consortium members (2/2)Partner Country8. Magic Worlds (MW) BELGIUM9. Natural History Museum of Crete (NHMC) GREECE10. Museu Nacional de História Natural ofLisbon (MNHML)PORTUGAL11. Jura Museum Eichstaett (JME) GERMANY12. Arctic Centre (AC) FINLAND13. Tallinn Natural History Museum (TNHM) ESTONIA14. Hungarian Natural History Museum(NHMUS)HUNGARY
    5. 5. museums hold a wealth of high qualitycontent
    6. 6. which can be used to support education
    7. 7. this is NOT an educational resource
    8. 8. …but may become one
    9. 9. how can natural historymuseums and sciencecenters connect theirdigital collections withtheir educationalactivities?
    10. 10. School communityPre-structured PathwayPatternFrom Teachers &Museum Educators
    11. 11. Lifelong LearnersOpen Pathway PatternFromMuseum Educators
    12. 12. Inquiry based learning
    13. 13. Game based learning
    14. 14. aggregation of educational and culturalcontentMetadata aggregator for Educational Content4.000 recordsSearch APIFront end applicationsEdu tool ofNHMCEdu Tool ofMuseum BEdu tool ofMuseum CMetadata aggregator for Cultural Content20.000 recordsSearch APICollection Management Tools of Museumswidget in Facebookpage of museum
    15. 15. CASE 1: AUTHORING TOOL FORDEVELOPING EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS
    16. 16. Educational Pathway Authoring Tool
    17. 17. Educational Pathway Player
    18. 18. CASE 2: EDUCATIONAL SECTIONS INMUSEUM SITE
    19. 19. Educational portal for Natural HistoryMuseum of CreteDemo
    20. 20. CASE 3: INTERACTIVEINSTALLATIONS IN MUSEUMS
    21. 21. Prototype at NHMC
    22. 22. Prototype at NHMC
    23. 23. HOW MUSEUMS, EDUCATORS ANDVISITORS COULD BENEFIT FROM LINKEDOPEN DATA
    24. 24. ingesting content from external sources• Animation showing the processNoise
    25. 25. Betterresultslinked data powered content ingestion
    26. 26. learning material discovery
    27. 27. linked data powered
    28. 28. challenges• federated search– use a single point for search• more biodiversity and educational dataavailable in linked data format• define innovative interfaces for displayinglinked data to the users
    29. 29. More info• Educational tool and discovery sites– http://www.nhmc.uoc.gr/educational-pathways/– http://education.natural-europe.eu/• info points– n.marianos@agroknow.gr– www.natural-europe.euThank you

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