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Education Metadata Meetup: Show and Tell: Smithsonian and LRMI

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Overview of the Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access' project to develop Learning Resource Metadata Initiative (LRMI) tags for 2,500 educational resources. …

Overview of the Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access' project to develop Learning Resource Metadata Initiative (LRMI) tags for 2,500 educational resources.

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Darren Milligan
Senior Digital Strategist
Smithsonian Institution, Center for Learning and Digital Access
milligand@si.edu
@darrenmilligan

Melissa Wadman
Manager of Program Evaluation
Smithsonian Institution, Center for Learning and Digital Access
wadmanm@si.edu
@melissawadman

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  • 1. Education Metadata Meetup Show and Tell: Institutions Washington DC July 30, 2014 #metadataMU #LRMI Darren Milligan Senior Digital Strategist Smithsonian Institution, Center for Learning and Digital Access milligand@si.edu @darrenmilligan Melissa Wadman Manager of Program Evaluation Smithsonian Institution, Center for Learning and Digital Access wadmanm@si.edu @melissawadman
  • 2. 1995 23.6 million physical visits to museums 72,942 digital visits
  • 3. 1995 23.6 million physical visits to museums 72,942 digital visits 2013 30 million physical visits to museums 140 million digital visits
  • 4. 1995 23.6 million physical visits to museums 72,942 digital visits 2013 30 million physical visits to museums 140 million digital visits Physical: 30,000,000-23,600,000 / 23,600,000 X 100 = 27.12% increase Digital: 140,000,000-72,942 / 72,942 X 100 = 191,833.32% increase
  • 5. 1995 23.6 million physical visits to museums 72,942 digital visits 2013 30 million physical visits to museums 140 million digital visits Physical: 30,000,000-23,600,000 / 23,600,000 X 100 = 27.12% increase Digital: 140,000,000-72,942 / 72,942 X 100 = 191,833.32% increase
  • 6. Why Internet for Edu. ( Everything) ? Reporting Year Smithsonian Non-Digital Visitors (in millions) Smithsonian Digital Visitors (in millions) Global Population using Internet (% of population) Developed World using Internet (% of population) 1995 23.6 0.1 <2 <11 2005 24.0 59.3 16 51 2010 30.2 97.2 30 67 2013 30.0 140.0 39 77
  • 7. Pew Research Teachers Survey Report February 2013 92%: Internet has “major impact” on their ability to access content, resources, and materials for their teaching 90%: use search engines to find info 84%: use Internet weekly to find content that will engage students 80%: use Internet weekly to help them create lessons
  • 8. based on The Content Developers Guide to the Learning Resource Metadata Initiative and Learning Registry, 2013
  • 9. Train and Share Training Workshops Training Video Virtual Tag-athons LRMI Guide
  • 10. Thanks! Education Metadata Meetup Show and Tell: Institutions Washington DC July 30, 2014 #metadataMU #LRMI Darren Milligan Senior Digital Strategist Smithsonian Institution, Center for Learning and Digital Access milligand@si.edu @darrenmilligan Melissa Wadman Manager of Program Evaluation Smithsonian Institution, Center for Learning and Digital Access wadmanm@si.edu @melissawadman