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Open Annotation Community Group position statement slides for the W3C eBook workshop, NYC Feb 11-12 2013.

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  • 1. Open Annotation: Bridging the Divide? Robert Sanderson azaroth42@gmail.com Los Alamos National Laboratory @azaroth42 Paolo Ciccarese paolo.ciccarese@gmail.com Harvard Medical School @paolociccarese (Community Group Co-Chairs) Open Annotation Community Group eBooks: Great Expectations for Web Standardshttp://www.w3.org/communities/openannotation/ February 11-12 2013, New York, USA 1
  • 2. What is Annotation?“ An Annotation is considered to be a set of connected resources, typically including a body and target, where the body is related to the target. ”Users Annotate To: …Provide an Aide-Memoire Highlighting, Bookmarking …Share and Inform Commenting, Describing …Improve Discovery Tagging, Linking …Organize Resources Classifying, Identifying …Interact with Others Questioning, Replying …Create as well as Consume Editing, Moderating Open Annotation Community Group eBooks: Great Expectations for Web Standards http://www.w3.org/communities/openannotation/ February 11-12 2013, New York, USA 2
  • 3. W3C Open Annotation Community Group•  Established after reconciliation of Open Annotation Collaboration and Annotation Ontology models•  61 participants from around the world: 10th of 110 groups Many universities, also commercial and not-for-profitMission: Interoperability between Annotation systems and platforms …following the Architecture of the Web …reusing existing web standards …providing a single, coherent model to implement …without requiring adoption of specific platforms …while maintaining low implementation costs Open Annotation Community Group eBooks: Great Expectations for Web Standards http://www.w3.org/communities/openannotation/ February 11-12 2013, New York, USA 3
  • 4. Basic Data Model http://www.openannotation.org/spec/core/ Open Annotation Community Group eBooks: Great Expectations for Web Standardshttp://www.w3.org/communities/openannotation/ February 11-12 2013, New York, USA 4
  • 5. eBook Use Case: Commenting Open Annotation Community Group eBooks: Great Expectations for Web Standardshttp://www.w3.org/communities/openannotation/ February 11-12 2013, New York, USA 5
  • 6. eBook Use Case: Bookmark Open Annotation Community Group eBooks: Great Expectations for Web Standardshttp://www.w3.org/communities/openannotation/ February 11-12 2013, New York, USA 6
  • 7. Further Specification of ResourcesSpecific Body and Specific Target resources identify the region ofinterest, and/or the state of the resource.Need to be able to describe the state of the resource, the segment of interest, and potentially styling hints for how to render it.We introduce: State Describes how to retrieve representation Selector Describes how to select segment Style Describes how to render/process segment Scope Describes context of the resource Open Annotation Community Group eBooks: Great Expectations for Web Standards http://www.w3.org/communities/openannotation/ February 11-12 2013, New York, USA 7
  • 8. eBook Use Case: Commenting Open Annotation Community Group eBooks: Great Expectations for Web Standardshttp://www.w3.org/communities/openannotation/ February 11-12 2013, New York, USA 8
  • 9. Other eBook Use Cases•  Highlight a range of text•  Bookmark last reading position•  Annotating embedded multimedia objects•  Noting errors•  Compare/contrast passages within a text•  Annotations that span across resources/eBooks•  Migrating/maintaining personal notes across eBook platforms•  … Any Annotation use case for the Web can be applied to the fixed microcosm of an eBook. Open Annotation Community Group eBooks: Great Expectations for Web Standards http://www.w3.org/communities/openannotation/ February 11-12 2013, New York, USA 9
  • 10. Thank You Robert Sanderson azaroth42@gmail.com Los Alamos National Laboratory @azaroth42 Paolo Ciccarese paolo.ciccarese@gmail.com Harvard Medical School @paolociccarese (Community Group Co-Chairs)http://www.flickr.com/photos/hinkeb/5232293964/ http://www.w3.org/community/openannotation/ http://www.openannotation.org/ Open Annotation Community Group eBooks: Great Expectations for Web Standards http://www.w3.org/communities/openannotation/ February 11-12 2013, New York, USA 10