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Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
Globe a vision for the 21st century
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Presented at SE@M workshop in Budapest on 5 November 2009.

Presented at SE@M workshop in Budapest on 5 November 2009.

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  • 1. Globe a vision for the 21st century SE@M, Budapest, Hungary, 5 November 2009 Erik Duval K.U.Leuven & ARIADNE & IEEE LTSC http://www.cs.kuleuven.be/~erikd 1
  • 2. Thanks - merci - gracias - dank - - köszönöm for the invitation ! 2
  • 3. http://www.slideshare.net/erik.duval 3
  • 4. all learning resources available to all 4
  • 5. will not solve all the problems but will act as motor for innovation 5
  • 6. Searchability http://globe-info.org/ 6
  • 7. Open Educational Resources 7
  • 8. technical core • content: anything digital • metadata: LOM • minimal application profile • harvesting: OAI-PMH • open target with all metadata from all • federated search: SQI • registry: LODE 8
  • 9. Sure, there are a lot of problems remaining... identity (people, content), dis-/re-aggregation, IPR & copyright, packaging & format, user tracking, vocabularies, and many more But we are not making full use of what we have! 9
  • 10. 10
  • 11. new members 11
  • 12. Centers • Lausanne, CH • Toulouse, F • Guayaquil, Ecuador • Leuven, B 12
  • 13. 13
  • 14. 131.436 http://lreforschools.eun.org/
  • 15. 126.763 http://portal.mace-project.eu/
  • 16. “Better problem”: abundance but some way to go...
  • 17. > 3.000.000.000 images facebook > 10.000.000.000
  • 18. > 80.000.000 videos upload: 20 hours video/min
  • 19. 44.000 sites 20.000.000 users 1.900.000 courses 20
  • 20. How did/do we get there? open standards not goal but means!
  • 21. 22
  • 22. 23
  • 23. abundance of services 24
  • 24. http://www.role-project.eu/ 25
  • 25. http://www.role-project.eu/ 26
  • 26. standards are not an excuse for lousy interfaces!
  • 27. http://www-i5.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/i5new/staff/chatti/LOMEditor/index.html
  • 28. integrated http://ariadne.cs.kuleuven.be/alocom/alocom_plugin/alocom_plugin.swf 31
  • 29. http://www.pri.univie.ac.at/~derntl/icoper/oics/demo/search-demo.html http://www.pri.univie.ac.at/~derntl/icoper/oics/demo/wiki-demo.html
  • 30. Visual & Social http://www.cs.kuleuven.ac.be/~hmdb/infovis/delicious/del.icou.us%20visualization.html 33
  • 31. snowflake • not only because all learning is personal • and should be “just right” • also because we are moving to abundance 34
  • 32. loads of good examples in music iTunes Genius, last.fm, pandora.com, tunify.com, blip.fm, deezer.com, grooveshark.com, mufin.com, yamelo.com, jango.com, imeem.com, musicmesh.net, jiwa.fm, ... and many many many many more 35
  • 33. snowflake in music... nice bootstrapping, too! 36
  • 34. We do NOT (need to) understand how music works!
  • 35. http://sharetec.celstec.org/gddf/mace_AR.mov
  • 36. Context-aware Recommendation for Learning podcasting! http://www.stellarnet.eu/
  • 37. also in music & research
  • 38. http://ariadne.cs.kuleuven.be/edmedia/ http://ariadne.cs.kuleuven.be/ectel/
  • 39. so • make infrastructures interconnect globally • globe, standards • please join! • create abundance as motor for innovation • make front-end very specific • personal, snowflake • turns problem into solution • learn from your users 44
  • 40. http://aspect-project.org/ http://www.icoper.org/ http://www.role-project.eu/ http://www.stellarnet.eu/ Questions? http://erikduval.wordpress.com/ http://www.cs.kuleuven.be/~erikd twitter: @ErikDuval Thanks! 45

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