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Workshop at the PROLEARN/EATEL Summer School at Ohrid, June 16

Workshop at the PROLEARN/EATEL Summer School at Ohrid, June 16

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  • 1. Andreas Schmidt, Tobias Ley, Simone Braun Workshop: Reflections on knowledge modelling as a maturing and g learning process http://mature-ip.eu andreas.schmidt@fzi.de EATEL Summer School 2008 tley@know-center.at Ohrid, Ohrid Macedonia simone.braun@fzi.de June 2008
  • 2. Workshop Organizers Andreas Schmidt A d S h idt • Department Manager at FZI Research Center for Information Technologies in Karlsruhe, Germany (http://www.fzi.de) • R Responsible f th competence area “K ibl for the t “Knowledge&Learning” l d &L i ” • Senior Researcher and scientific coordinator of MATURE IP (http://mature-ip.eu) Simone B Si Braun • Research associate within competence areas “Knowledge&Learning” and “Semantic Technologies” at FZI in Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe Germany • Working in German BMBF project “Im Wissensnetz” and MATURE IP Tobias Ley • D Deputy D t Department M t t Manager „Knowledge S i “ at K K l d Services“ t Know- Center Graz, Austria (http://www.know-center.at) • Senior Researcher and deputy coordinator of APOSDLE IP (http://www.aposdle.org) (http://www aposdle org) MATURE - Continuous Social Learning in Knowledge Networks 2
  • 3. Workshop Agenda Introducing the Workshop: Topic, Goals and d h k h l d Participants (15’) Introducing Tool: I t d i a T l SOBOLEO (10’) Hands-on Phase 1: Individual & collaborative tagging (45 ) (45’) Group Building (10’) Coffee Break Hands-on Phase 2: Consolidation & New Resources (50’) Reflection Phase (50’) 3
  • 4. Widening your perspective gy p p on learning MATURE - Continuous Social Learning in Knowledge Networks 4
  • 5. Document Learning Courses/ Communication Collaboration collections Objects Curricula Emergence Distribution Distrib tion in Formali- Formali Ad-Hoc- Ad Hoc Standardi- Standardi of ideas Communities zation Training zation shared reports vocabulary y p best practices standard new ideas text b k book Case studies communities Lessons Learnt Informal Learning Formal learning Expert Novice
  • 6. Design processes as learning processes Design processes h have to b understood as l be d d learning processes • Interwoven modelling & application processes (often work-integrated) • Deepening the understanding along the modeling process • Increasing level of formalization • Should be subject to continuous improvement processes Specializations l • task-embedded ontology engineering („ontology maturing“) • distributed software engineering in complex domains • reusability of software components MATURE - Continuous Social Learning in Knowledge Networks 6
  • 7. Goals of the Workshop Experience a ddistributed k b d knowledge modelling process l d d ll as a learning process Experience knowledge maturing i a collaborative E i k l d t i in ll b ti tagging environment Get to know a tool for supporting knowledge maturing Identify opportunities and pitfalls of knowledge maturing Identify requirements for the design of tools, processes, and environments 7
  • 8. The SOBOLEO System S t MATURE - Continuous Social Learning in Knowledge Networks 8
  • 9. Overview SOBOLEO – S i l B k Social Bookmarking and Li ht i ht ki d Lightweight Engineering of Ontologies SOBOLEO is: • a tool for editing ontologies • a tool for collecting and annotating web resources as bookmarks • collaboratively usable • web based accessible: http://soboleo.fzi.de:8080/webPortal http://soboleo fzi de:8080/webPortal Username: FirstnameLastname Password: eatel08 99
  • 10. Purpose Supporting k knowledge workers l d k working together in one domain in developing a shared ontology & a shared index of relevant web resources organized with this ontology 10 10
  • 11. Procedure 1. User f d a new web resource she wants to add to the finds b h dd h shared index 2. Annotating with concepts from the ontology or arbitrary tags 3. Gathering arbitrary tags as “prototypical concepts” for g y g p yp p later consolidation and placement 4. Structuring concepts with taxonomic relations according to the SKOS Core Vocabulary 11 11
  • 12. Features Creating, maintaining and extending d d an ontology Collecting, sharing and organizing bookmarks Annotating bookmarks with concepts g p from the ontology for easier organization Searching and retrieving annotated documents and people b d on th d t d l based the ontology as background knowledge 12 12
  • 13. Let‘s use SOBOLEO http://soboleo.fzi.de:8080/webPortal Login with SurnameLastname Password: eatel08 13 13
  • 14. Main Parts a) „Search“ h“ b) b „Browse“ c) „Annotate“ “ “ d)„Edit“ d d “ 14 14
  • 15. Main Part: Annotate Collecting and annotating ll d the current web page from within the browser with a popup window As bookmarklet Including full text content of the web page New tags are automatically added to the ontology aufgenommen f 15 15
  • 16. Main Part: Edit Collaborative real time Aj editor f SKOS ontologies C ll b i l i Ajax di for l i Tracking changes and chatting 16 16
  • 17. MATURE - Continuous Social Learning in Knowledge Networks
  • 18. Main Part: Browse Browsing the ontology and bookmark collection 18 18
  • 19. Main Part: Search Front page with i F i h input fi ld to search within the shared i d field h i hi h h d index PeopleSearch: simple search for people related to a topic 19 19
  • 20. Let‘s start knowledge maturing! http://soboleo.fzi.de:8080/webPortal Login with FirstnameLastname Password: eatel08 20 20
  • 21. Hands on Hands-on Phases MATURE - Continuous Social Learning in Knowledge Networks 21
  • 22. Phase 1: Individual & Collaborative Tagging Time: 40’ ’ Resources to work with • h http://www.elearningpapers.eu/ // l i / • Clusters as a seed concepts To Dos • Read and tag papers according to your interests in SOBOLEO • Introduce new tags as you see fit • Watch what others are doing 22
  • 23. Group Building Time: 10’ ’ Resources to work with • none To Dos • You will have to clean up your mess (=consolidate) in the next ( consolidate) phase • Form groups of 3-5 persons according to thematic interests 23
  • 24. Phase 2: Consolidation & New Resources Time: 50’ Ti Resources to work with • Tagged resources and concepts in SOBOLEO, flipchart & cards SOBOLEO (use whatever you need) • Select a set of new papers you have personally bookmarked (not in SOBOLEO) To Dos • Try to arrive at a shared and consolidated conceptualization y p (face to face or online) and input it into SOBOLEO • Tag your selected new papers in SOBOLEO • Check how the shared conceptualization matches these resources • Keep discussing and consolidating while adding new resources 24
  • 25. Reflection Phase MATURE - Continuous Social Learning in Knowledge Networks 25
  • 26. Questions to be answered Report on Activities • A report of what happened in the groups • Quickly presenting and comparing the resulting conceptualizations Opportunities and Pitfalls pp • Any positive remarks about the process? • Any surprising things? Any ideas you did not have before? • Any negative remarks about the process? Any barriers? Improvements and Requirements • A ideas, requirements f tools and services? Any id i for l d i ? • Any ideas, requirements for social processes? 26