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OpenBadges and Linked Open Data

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Presentation to the Open Badges community on LRMI.

Presentation to the Open Badges community on LRMI.

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  • 1. OpenBadges andLinked Open Data
  • 2. 1. Background
  • 3. Learning Metadata?
  • 4. LOM, DC,MLR, LRMI, OMG
  • 5. Web.
  • 6. Schema.org?
  • 7. June 2nd, 2011
  • 8. microdata rdfa 1.1 lite or
  • 9. “Why?”
  • 10. Improve search results.
  • 11. But...
  • 12. Not just Google/Bing/Yahoo/Yandex/Whoever
  • 13. Badges should also be linked data.
  • 14. Building off of:
  • 15. But nothing about learning.
  • 16. 2. Spec Dev
  • 17.  Sheryl Abshire, Calcasieu Parish Public School System Phil Barker, JISC CETIS Kurt Bollacker, Applied Minds Brian Carver, UC Berkeley School of Information Cable Green, Creative Commons Greg Grossmeier, Creative Commons Charlie Jiang, Microsoft Michael Johnson, Full Potential Associates Mike Linksvayer, Creative Commons Joshua Marks, Curriki Brandt Redd, Gates Foundation Colin Smythe, IMS Global Stuart Sutton, Dublin Core Metadata Initiative Randy Wilhelm, netTrekker Lee Wilson, PCI Educational Publishing
  • 18. The terms.
  • 19. Yeah, well, what about OBI?
  • 20. criteria: URL describing the badge and criteriafor earning the badge (Not the specific instance ofthe badge). evidence: Earner-specific URL with informationabout this specific badge instance. Should containinformation about how the specific Earer earnedthe badge.
  • 21. On those pages, use LRMI.
  • 22. Especially, as appropriate:● EducationalAlignment● (the other obvious Schema.org/CreativeWorkterms)
  • 23. Questions?lrmi@googlegroups.com