Integrating Metadata into WISE Learn | Education Metadata Meetup

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From the Education Metadata Meetup on 7/30/14 in Washington, DC - Elizabeth Neuman from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction explains her state's plans for building a digital learning portal for all Wisconsin school districts.

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Integrating Metadata into WISE Learn | Education Metadata Meetup

  1. 1. Integrating Metadata into WISE Learn Elizabeth Neuman Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction 7/30/2014
  2. 2. Everyone forgets about metadata. They think they can just make stuff and then forget about how it is organized in terms of how you describe your content. But all your assets are useless to you unless you have metadata - your archive is full of stuff that is of no value because you can’t find it and don’t know what it’s about. John O’Donovan, Chief Technology Officer, The Financial Times New York Times Innovation Report
  3. 3. Definition Output Collaborators Setup Content GoalsChallenges WISE Learn
  4. 4. Definition What is WISE Learn? •  Statewide digital learning portal for all Wisconsin school districts •  Cost efficient & equitable access point to high quality, vetted educational tools, content, training and technological expertise
  5. 5. Goals Who? K-12 educators, choice & homeschool programs, PK-20 How? Drupal When? Site Architecture next 6 months Content following 6-18 months
  6. 6. Collaborators • In-State - DPI - CESAs - Districts - WDLC • Out-of-State - SEAs
  7. 7. Content WISE Learn BadgerLink OER & Other Digital Purchased eTextbooks & Modular
  8. 8. Setup BadgerLink OER & Other Digital Purchased eTextbooks & Modular WISE Learn
  9. 9. WISE Learn
  10. 10. WISE Learn schema.org module automatic markup RDFa structured data syntax
  11. 11. •  Internal: browse and search •  External: web search (RDFa in Drupal) •  Collaborative: sharing between states & other content providers (Learning Registry) * Kudos to ISLE for providing Developer Documentation Output
  12. 12. Challenges
  13. 13. Questions? Contact Information Elizabeth Neuman Content Management Librarian WI Dept of Public Instruction Resources for Libraries & Lifelong Learning elizabeth.neuman@dpi.wi.gov 608-224-5390

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