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A presentation about the LRMI Implementation Projects funded by the Gates and Hewlett Foundations in 2013.

A presentation about the LRMI Implementation Projects funded by the Gates and Hewlett Foundations in 2013.

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  • 1. LRMI Implementation Projects Lorna M. Campbell and Phil Barker
  • 2. LRMI Implementation Projects • 2013 – 2014. • Funded by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. • $20,000. • 10 OER platforms funded to implement LRMI. • 9 projects funded during Phase 2 of LRMI. • 1 project funded during Phase 3 of LRMI. • http://wiki.creativecommons.org/LRMI/Implementation LRMI Implementation Projects, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
  • 3. Connexions, William Marsh Rice University http://cnx.org/ • Now OpenStax CNX • “View and share free educational material in small modules that can be organized as courses, books, reports or other academic assignments.” LRMI Implementation Projects, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
  • 4. ISKME http://www.iskme.org/ • Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education. • “ISKME is an independent, education non-profit established in 2002, whose mission is to improve the practice of continuous learning, collaboration, and change in the education sector. ISKME supports innovative teaching and learning practices throughout the globe, and is well-known for its pioneering open education initiatives.”
  • 5. MERLOT http://www.merlot.org/ • A free and open peer reviewed collection of online teaching and learning materials and faculty-developed services contributed and used by an international education community. • A collection consists of tens of thousands of discipline- specific learning materials, learning exercises, and Content Builder web pages, together with associated comments, and personal collections, all intended to enhance the teaching and learning experience.
  • 6. P2PU https://p2pu.org/ • Peer 2 Peer University. • A grassroots open education project that organizes learning outside of institutional walls and gives learners recognition for their achievements. • P2PU creates a model for lifelong learning alongside traditional formal higher education. LRMI Implementation Projects, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
  • 7. UntrikiWiki http://untrikiwiki.com/ • “We can help you custom build the most effective wiki to connect co-workers with content, with which they can create, share and discuss documents, projects, and ideas. We believe in a tripartite solution to harmonizing this complex network: choosing the right technology, best-fit organizational practices, and instilling a complementary culture of informational exchange.” •
  • 8. UntrikiWiki http://untrikiwiki.com/ • Developed a MediaWiki extension to allow the use of schema.org, LRMI and arbitrary HTML markup in Wikitext. • HTML Extension https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:HTML_Tags • Very difficult to get MediaWiki approval for extension. • After project finished Mediawiki started supporting schema.org, but not arbitrary html tags. • Extension has been widely used but not necessarily for LRMI. • UntrikiWiki questionnaire LRMI Implementation Projects, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
  • 9. Curriki http://www.curriki.org/ • “Provides peer reviewed open educational resources, curricula and instructional materials to support teachers, professional educators, students, lifelong learners, and parents, primarily in the domain of K-12 education.” LRMI Implementation Projects, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
  • 10. Curriki http://www.curriki.org/ • Repository, content creation-tool, custom search engine. • Curriki source core on Github https://github.com/xwiki- contrib/currikiorg • Wide range of resource types. • 32,429 open resources, plus private resources. • XWiki object properties stored in an SQL database and indexed into a SOLR index. • Mapping from Curriki metadata to LRMI. • Project led to tangible benefits but no observable benefit from LRMI yet. • Curriki questionnaire. LRMI Implementation Projects, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
  • 11. gooru http://www.goorulearning.org/ • “An open and collaborative online learning community. Gooru enables teachers and students to find standards- aligned, interactive learning materials that have been rated by fellow teachers, share those materials in the form of personalized custom collections, measure students’ engagement, comprehension, and progress, and contribute to an active community of teachers and students by sharing your collections and best practices.” LRMI Implementation Projects, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
  • 12. gooru http://www.goorulearning.org/ • Gooru serves as both a custom search engine, a playlist creation tool, and an aggregator. • 18 million resources in gooru catalogue. • 180,000 tagged to instructional standards such as the Common Core State Standards. • 1.5 million quiz questions. • 50,000 teacher and student created collections. • All resources tagged with open licences. • Non openly licensed resources are taken down if uploaded. LRMI Implementation Projects, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
  • 13. gooru http://www.goorulearning.org/ • 95% of catalogue tagged with LRMI. • Incorporated components of LRMI into the gooru metadata schema which borrows from a range of schema. • gooru metadata framework is used to disseminate catalog of indexed resources. • Backend metadata stored in a slightly different framework from LRMI. • gooru fields are mapped to LRMI fields. • Metadata stored in an SQL table but are transitioning to a no SQL framework this year. • gooru questionnaire LRMI Implementation Projects, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
  • 14. Open Tapestry http://www.opentapestry.com/ • A toolkit that enables teachers, instructors, professors, corporate trainers, students and learners to discover, adapt, and share learning resources. • The Open Tapestry toolkit allows instructors to develop course materials and organise content into categories, or Tapestries, to enhance learners' experiences.
  • 15. Open Tapestry http://www.opentapestry.com/ • Open Tapestry harvests metadata and allows users to build collections from the content. • Uses OAI harvesters, web crawlers, RSS harvesters • Custom platform built on ruby on rails. • Platforms ability to detect open licences based on Pat Lockley’s Open Attribute. • c. 1 million resources. • Try to encourage use of open content but also allow people to create private instances. LRMI Implementation Projects, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
  • 16. Open Tapestry http://www.opentapestry.com/ • Ingests and preserves all kinds of metadata including LRMI. • Also allows users to create additional metadata. • Provides fields for all LRMI elements but users tend not to fill it in. • System keeps track of the originator of the metadata, important for derivative works to keep track of metadata genealogies, to know who is asserting claims. • Also implements IMS LTI to integrate Open Tapestry with LMS. LRMI Implementation Projects, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
  • 17. Jorum http://www.jorum.ac.uk/ LRMI Implementation Projects, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
  • 18. Licence LRMI Implementation Projects By Lorna M Campbell, lorna.m.campbell@icloud.com of Cetis http://www.cetis.ac.uk is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Unported Licence http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/