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    • Knowledge & Media Lecture 1 29 October 2012 Marieke van Erp & Willem Robert van HageMonday, October 29, 12
    • Today’s lecture • Course goals and literature • Logistics • Overview of the course • Mind map Knowledge & MediaMonday, October 29, 12
    • Course Goals • Topical • Knowledge Representation 101 (what are ontologies, how to create them?) • Learn about the most important knowledge sources and how to use them • Learn about interplay of knowledge representation and other data sources • Learn how knowledge is contained in different media and how to extract it • Cases: Linked Open Data, WordNet, Serious Gaming, Natural Language Processing, Cultural Heritage. • Academic Skills • Learn to see the essence of a topic or problem. • Learn to summarize and formulate this essence. • Learn how to see beyond individual topics, find connections, and apply solutions in other situationsMonday, October 29, 12
    • Course Topics • Part I (Lectures 2 - 6) • Knowledge Representation • Part 2 (Lectures 7 - 12) • Application Domains • Part 3 (Lecture 13 + Research Proposal) • Knowledge & Media ApplicationMonday, October 29, 12
    • Part 1 # Date Time Topic 2 02/11 11:00 - 12:45 Ontologies I & QUDT 3 05/11 13:30 - 15:15 Ontologies II 4 09/11 11:00 - 12:45 OntoClean 5 12/11 13:30 - 15:15 Simple Event Model 6 16/11 11:00 - 12:45 AlignmentMonday, October 29, 12
    • Part 1I # Date Time Topic 7 19/11 13:30 - 15:15 Linked Open Data 8 23/11 11:00 - 12:45 WordNet 9 26/11 13:30 - 15:15 Serious Gaming 10 30/11 11:00 - 12:45 Proposal Q&A 11 03/12 13:30 - 15:15 NLP/NIF 12 07/12 11:00 - 12:45 Cultural HeritageMonday, October 29, 12
    • Part III # Date Time Topic 13 10/12 13:30 - 17:15* Lightning Talks * Time not yet confirmed by education bureau, group will be split so you won’t have to attend all talksMonday, October 29, 12
    • Abstract Course Goals Complex Abstract Creating Evaluating Evaluating Analysing Analysing Applying Applying Understanding Simple Concrete Remembering Image based on: http://www.ucdenver.edu/faculty_staff/faculty/center-for-faculty- development/Documents/Tutorials/Assessment/module2/index.htmMonday, October 29, 12
    • Constructivism • Active participation (online & offline) • You construct your own knowledge • Working in teams • Realistic setting (source material consists of scientific papers and descriptions of current research) • Feedback as much as possible with number of studentsMonday, October 29, 12
    • Logistics • Working lectures with discussions about the papers, insights and assignments • Guest lectures followed by discussions • Assignments • Discussion of the Assignments • Research ProposalsMonday, October 29, 12
    • Schedule • Lectures • Mondays: 13:30 - 15:15 • Fridays: 11:00 - 12:45 • Check http://vurooster.nl for rooms • Weekly assignments • Research proposal deadline 21 December 2012 • Slides will be made available after every lectureMonday, October 29, 12
    • Literature • Scientific articles posted to the course website: • http://knowledgeandmedia2012.wordpress.com • Please add your info to: • http://goo.gl/64NRbMonday, October 29, 12
    • Assignments • Done in groups of 3 • Use the paper templates and filename format (see the course website) • Only submit in PDF!Monday, October 29, 12
    • Final Assignment • Research Proposal • Combine 2 or more topics from the course in a research proposal • Peer Review • Review each other’s proposals and provide constructive feedback • Lightning Talk • Present your proposal to your fellow students in a lightning talk (elevator pitch)Monday, October 29, 12
    • Grading • Assignment 1: 10% • Assignment 2: 10% • Assignment 3: 10% • Assignment 4: 10% • Peer Review: 15% • Lightning Talk: 15% • Research Proposal and Poster: 30%Monday, October 29, 12
    • The Course Website • http:// knowledgeandmedia2012.wordpress.com • Will be used for announcements, literature, slides etc. (switch on RSS to catch the latest) • You can provide content for it too!Monday, October 29, 12
    • After the break: Image source: http://www.mind-mapping.co.uk/_images/_Images/ADVICE-AND-INFORMATION/How-to-MindMap-imindmap.jpgMonday, October 29, 12
    • Mind maps • Examples: http://www.argumentenfabriek.nl/ de-argumentenkaart (in Dutch) • Tools: http://freemind.sourceforge.net/ (mind maps), http://cmap.ihmc.us/ (concept maps)Monday, October 29, 12
    • Knowledge & Media Mind Map (start)Monday, October 29, 12