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Search and Discovery: OER's Open Loop

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  • 1. share, reuse, and remix— legally
  • 2. Search & Discovery: OER's Open Loop Nathan R. Yergler Creative Commons
  • 3. What comes after creation?
  • 4. Search today is failing for OER
  • 5.  
  • 6. CC is applying our experience with licensed-work search to OER
  • 7.  
  • 8. How is this different?
  • 9. Smaller search pool
  • 10. Indexing metadata and text
  • 11. Enables search “drill-down”
  • 12. Resources don't have to be submitted to a single repository
  • 13. Challenges
  • 14. Differences in vocabulary and terms
  • 15. Inaccurate or incomplete marking of works
  • 16. Upcoming Work
  • 17. Continuing to work with creators and aggregators to document shared practices
  • 18. Improved query engine and metadata support
  • 19. Resources for other developers
  • 20. http://wiki.cr eativecommons.org/OER_Search Nathan Yergler Chief Technology Officer Creative Commons na [email_address] @nyergler (identi.ca, twitter)

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