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Xinglong Ma
DEC, Bournemouth University, UK
Feng Tian
DEC, Bournemouth University, UK
Nan Jiang
DEC, Bournemouth University, UK
Stefan Dietze
1.3S Research Center, DE

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  • www.bournemouth.ac.ukAn Ontology-based Frameworkto generate Serious Game forSelf-AssessmentXinglong Ma (DEC, Bournemouth University, UK)Feng Tian (DEC, Bournemouth University, UK)Nan Jiang (DEC, Bournemouth University, UK)Stefan Dietze (L3S Research Center, DE)OCWC Global 2013, 9 May, Bali, Indonesia
  • www.bournemouth.ac.uk 2Outline• Motivation and Question• Semantic Web• Related works• Knowledge Point• Ontology Framework
  • www.bournemouth.ac.uk 3Current OERs Repositories• MOOCOnce publishedno further support
  • www.bournemouth.ac.uk 4Motivation & Research Problem• Game-based assessment application thatcan automatically extract data from OERsand generate customised educationalgames.• Annotate the OERs• Reuse, repurpose and interoperate theOERs to generate the assessment.
  • www.bournemouth.ac.uk 5Semantic WebSemantic Web is a web of, which “is not a separateWeb but an extension of the current one, in whichinformation is given well-defined meaning, betterenabling computers and people to work incooperation”.• URI• RDF• Schema/Vocabulary/Ontology• Linked Data• DBpedia Project• Linked Open Data Project
  • www.bournemouth.ac.uk 6Related Works• Adaptive Game Architecture for Training(AGAT) (Peeters, van den Bosch, Meyer, & Neerincx, 2012)• ONTOER ( based on DocBook and IEEELOM) (Rocha Amorim, Rabelo, & Amorim, 2012)• Media Fragment URI + NERD (Li, Rizzo, Troncy,Wald, & Wills, 2012)• Who knows? (Waitelonis, Ludwig, Knuth, & Sack, 2011)• IMS-QTI + Linked Open Data (Foulonneau, 2012)• An I18n approach with Greek Dbpedia(Bratsas et al., 2012)
  • www.bournemouth.ac.uk 7Knowledge Point“A knowledge point refers to an independent,completely expressed, and independentlyusable declarative or procedural knowledgeentity such a fact, a term, a concept, a theorem,or an algorithm etc.”• Knowledge Point is a set of entities fromthe LOD and their relationship.KP1 Doc1KP2 Doc2KP1.2KP1.1Doc1Doc2
  • www.bournemouth.ac.uk 8Knowledge Point
  • www.bournemouth.ac.uk 9Knowledge PointKP features:• Compliant with Linked Data• Independent and atomic• Specific & accurate meaning• On-demand Fragmentation• KP and OER fragments intersupplement
  • www.bournemouth.ac.uk 10Ontology FrameworkMLR, mEducator, etc.GOP, GCM,Nelson & Mateas game modelFOAF, CAM, SIOC, etc.SKOS
  • www.bournemouth.ac.uk 11Conclusion and Further workConclusion• Related works• Knowledge Point• Ontology-based FrameworkFurther works• Extract KP• Annotation mechanism• Refine the ontology framework• Prototype and evaluation
  • www.bournemouth.ac.uk 12References• Berners-Lee, T., Hendler, J., & Lassila, O. (2001). The semantic web. Scientificamerican, 284(5), 28-37.• Bratsas, C., Kontokostas, D., Eftychiadou, A., Kontokostas, D., Bamidis, P., &Antoniou, I. (2012). Semantic Web Game Based Learning: An I18n approach withGreek DBpedia. 2nd International Workshop on Learning and Education with the Webof Data, 17 April, 2012, Lyon, France.• Foulonneau, M. (2012). Generating educational assessment items from linked opendata: the case of DBpedia. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the 8th internationalconference on The Semantic Web, Heraklion, Crete, Greece.• Li, Y., Rizzo, G., Troncy, R., Wald, M., & Wills, G. (2012). Creating enrichedYouTube media fragments With NERD using timed-text. 11th International SemanticWeb Conference, November, 11-15.• Peeters, M., van den Bosch, K., Meyer, J.-J. C., & Neerincx, M. A. (2012). AnOntology for Integrating Didactics into a Serious Training Game. Pedagogically-drivenSerious Games (PDSG 2012).• Rocha Amorim, R., Rabelo, T., & Amorim, D. (2012). Open Educational ResourcesOntology. Paper presented at the Anais dos Workshops do Congresso Brasileiro deInformática na Educação.• Waitelonis, J., Ludwig, N., Knuth, M., & Sack, H. (2011). WhoKnows? Evaluatinglinked data heuristics with a quiz that cleans up DBpedia. Interactive Technology andSmart Education, 8(4), 236-248.
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