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    1. 1. LRMI: What on Earth Could Justify Another Attempt at Educational Metadata? Lorna M. Campbell and Phil Barker
    2. 2. LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014 Learning Resource Metadata Initiative
    3. 3. Agenda • Cetis’ involvement with LRMI, who funds it, what’s it for – Lorna. • Technical introduction to schema.org & LRMI – Phil. • Build your own custom search engine! – Phil et al. • Coffee break • Overview of implementation projects – Lorna • Jorum LRMI implementation – Ben Ryan, Jorum • Overview of other implementations – Phil LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    4. 4. What on Earth Could Justify Another Attempt at Educational Metadata? LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    5. 5. A. The world needs more educational metadata standards. B. We love educational metadata. C. We are gluttons for punishment. D. All of the above. LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    6. 6. LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    7. 7. How much does Cetis love educational metadata standards? This much…. LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    8. 8. First there was…the LOM Learning Object Metadata LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    9. 9. First the was…the LOM Learning Object Metadata LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    10. 10. First came … FAILTE Metadata Guidelines • 2001. • Facilitating Access to Information on Learning Technology for Engineers. • JISC DNER project. • EEVL, EASIT-Eng, LTSN-Eng, (not Cetis). • Jenny Slater, Loughborough University and Phil Barker, Heriot Watt University. • Based on Dublin Core and IMS Meta-Data.
    11. 11. LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    12. 12. Then came … RLLOMAP • 2003. • RDN / LTSN LOM Application Profile. • Andy Powell, UKOLN and Phil Barker, Heriot Watt University. • IEEE LOM. LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    13. 13. Meanwhile… the UK Common Metadata Framework • JISC eXchange for Learning (X4L) Programme metadata profile. • Developed in 2003. • Lorna M. Campbell, CETIS and Gerry Graham, Learning and Teaching Scotland. • Based on IMS Meta-data. LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    14. 14. Which morphed into…UK LOM Core • 2003. • UK Learning Object Metadata Core. • By Lorna M. Campbell, and Phil Barker, CETIS and Gerry Graham, Learning and Teaching Scotland. • Based on IEEE LOM / IMS Meta-data.
    15. 15. Copyright © David Kernohan, #Eduprog Grand High Mage.
    16. 16. At the same time…IMS LRM • 2002 - 2006. • IMS Learning Resource Meta-data. • Best Practice Guide by Lorna M. Campbell and Phil Barker, CETIS and many others. • Bindings and best practice for IEEE LOM. LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    17. 17. Copyright © 2006 IMS Global Learning Consortium, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
    18. 18. Not forgetting…DC-Ed • 2006 - 2011. • Dublin Core Education Application Profile Task Group. • Focused on defining resource classes and domain model. • Also worked in collaboration with IEEE LTSC
    19. 19. LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    20. 20. A brief flirtation…ISO MLR • 2008 - 2009. • ISO Metadata for Learning Resources. LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    21. 21. Which brings us back to…LRMI • 2011 - 2014. • Learning Resource Metadata Initiative. LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    22. 22. What is LRMI? • Learning Resource Metadata Initiative. • Co-led by Creative Commons and the Association of Education Publishers (AEP). • Funded by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. • Currently in third and final phase of funding. LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    23. 23. How did Cetis get involved with LRMI? • 2011 - Phil Barker responded to the open call to join the Technical Working Group in. • 2013 – Cetis and Heriot Watt University sub-contracted by Creative Commons to manage LRMI. LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    24. 24. Why did Cetis get involved with LRMI? • A new and interesting approach to learning resource metadata. • Open and transparent working processes. • Highly relevant to OER discovery. • Related to work with Learning Registry. • We’re gluttons for punishment.
    25. 25. But what does LRMI do? LRMI aims to make it easier for teachers and learners to find educational materials through major search engines and specialized resource discovery services. LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    26. 26. How does it do that then? LRMI has extended the schema.org ontology in order to allow the description of educationally important properties of resources to be marked-up in web pages in a manner that is easily understood by search engines. LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    27. 27. But what’s schema.org? Schema.org is a joint initiative by Google, Yahoo, Microsoft Bing, Yandex and W3C that aims to help search engines interpret information on web pages to improve the display of search results, making it easier for people to find the information they are looking for on the web.
    28. 28. So how does LRMI relate to schema.org? LRMI has added properties to schema.org to describe items of type CreativeWork. LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    29. 29. And these properties are? • educational alignment • educational use • interactivity type • is based on url • learning resource type • time required • typical age range LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014
    30. 30. Now over to Phil for more techy stuff on schema.org and LRMI. (He really does love metadata you know…) LRMI, #cetis14, 17-18 June 2014 I METADATA
    31. 31. Licence LRMI: What on earth could justify another attempt at educational metadata? 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/
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