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Data Science Curriculum: John Domingue, KMi, The Open University & STI International, at the European Data Forum 2013, 10 April 2013 in Dublin, Ireland: Data Science Curriculum for Professionals

Data Science Curriculum: John Domingue, KMi, The Open University & STI International, at the European Data Forum 2013, 10 April 2013 in Dublin, Ireland: Data Science Curriculum for Professionals

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    EDF2013: Data Science Curriculum: John Domingue: Data Science Curriculum for Professionals EDF2013: Data Science Curriculum: John Domingue: Data Science Curriculum for Professionals Presentation Transcript

    • BIG Public Private Forum Data Science Curriculum for Professionals John Domingue, KMi, The Open University & STI International Dublin, April 2013 18.04.2013 1
    • INFLUENCES18.04.2013 2
    • Euclid18.04.2013 3
    • BIG Project18.04.2013 4
    • Teaching semanticprogramming since late 70s• Developed own languages, and environments• 500 – 1000 students per year18.04.2013 5
    • ISSUES AND LESSONS LEARNT18.04.2013 6
    • Crowd-sourced real-time radiation monitoring
    • 18.04.2013 8
    • 18.04.2013 9
    • Who to Train?Diversity; citizen engagement; empowerment;avoiding disenfranchisement; understanding privacy issues 18.04.2013 10
    • Constructivist Approach• Students create their own programs• Non-computer scientists are able to do this with the right hand-holding 18.04.2013 11
    • Coherent Easy-to-use environments18.04.2013 12
    • Clear Virtual Machine18.04.2013 13
    • Cradle-to-Grave18.04.2013 14
    • Differences today• Constructivist, immersive study easier since necessary computational resources and test data easily available• eLearning approaches (MOOC-style or not) can fit with Big Data infrastructures – tutor-student, peer-to-peer, historical collaborations all possible• Big Data can also support learning – Learning analytics allow tuning of teaching – Linked Data/Open Data enable discovery and use of available Open Educational Resources18.04.2013 15
    • Final Thought• Imagine an open online Data Science Lab – Repository for available learning materials – Educationally significant datasets – Computational resources – Programming tools – Learning dialogues between educationalists, tutors and students18.04.2013 16