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Education Metadata
Meetup
30 July 2014
Washington, D.C.
Education Metadata
Meetup
30 July 2014
Washington, D.C.
Housekeeping
Program overview
Housekeeping
Program overview
Context - Why we’re here
Enablers - Metadata & Registries
Show & Tell
Government
Developer/S...
Housekeeping
Lunch location, orders
Social: #MetadataMU, #LRMI
Attendee video poll
Dave & Michael show @ STATS-DC
Problem Statement
It is easy to choose an
instructional resource
when there is only one.
Problem Statement
Increasingly more
complex as there
are more options to
address learner
needs.
Problem Statement
Support discovery and selection of the ‘right’
resource and instructional strategy
8
So, why do we need a standard?
8
So, why do we need a standard?
8
So, why do we need a standard?
Discovery and
Organization
Discovery and
Organization
Discovery and
Organization
Discovery and
Organization
Discovery and
Organization
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 978-0-547-85282-9
Maybe Next:
Monkeying with Metadata
Long History of Instructional Review
& Classification
14
Metadata Types
15
Descriptive
Structural
Administrative
Metadata Types
16
Descriptive
Properties
(title, author, publisher, # pages, etc.)
Application
Structural
Administrative
The	
  LRMI	
  Proper-es	
  v1	
  (lrmi.net/
Descrip-ve	
  Terms	
  (Schema.org):
– #tle/name
– URL
– descrip#on
– image
–...
Educational Role
Administrator
Mentor
Parent
Peer Tutor
Specialist
Student
Teacher
Team
26
Educational Use
Activity!
Analogies!
Assessment!
Auditory!
Brainstorming!
Classifying!
Comparing!
Cooperative Learning!
Cr...
Interactivity Type
Active
Expositive
Mixed
28
Typical Age Range
0-2
2-5
5-8
8-10
10-12
12-14
14-16
16-18
18+
29
Learning Resource Type
Activity
Audio
Broadcast
Calculator
Discussion
E-Mail
Field Trip
Hands-on
In-Person/Speaker
Kinesth...
Alignment Type
assesses
teaches
requires
textComplexity
readingLevel
educationalSubject
educationLevel
!
31
Shifting
32
Resource
Institution
Media
Adopted
Learning
Learner
Engagement
Discovered
to
to
to
to
Move from…
Today you’ll hear about…
• Government agencies that are using the LRMI and
underlying technologies
• Development efforts t...
Education Metadata Meetup | Intro & Background
Education Metadata Meetup | Intro & Background
Education Metadata Meetup | Intro & Background
Education Metadata Meetup | Intro & Background
Education Metadata Meetup | Intro & Background
Education Metadata Meetup | Intro & Background
Education Metadata Meetup | Intro & Background
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Education Metadata Meetup | Intro & Background

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From the Education Metadata Meetup on 7/30/14 in Washington, DC - Dave Gladney & Michael Jay introduce the event and give a brief background on education metadata and why it's important.

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Education Metadata Meetup | Intro & Background

  1. 1. Education Metadata Meetup 30 July 2014 Washington, D.C.
  2. 2. Education Metadata Meetup 30 July 2014 Washington, D.C.
  3. 3. Housekeeping Program overview
  4. 4. Housekeeping Program overview Context - Why we’re here Enablers - Metadata & Registries Show & Tell Government Developer/Solutions Providers Content Providers/Curators Institutional users Wrap-up and Networking Lunch
  5. 5. Housekeeping Lunch location, orders Social: #MetadataMU, #LRMI Attendee video poll Dave & Michael show @ STATS-DC
  6. 6. Problem Statement It is easy to choose an instructional resource when there is only one.
  7. 7. Problem Statement Increasingly more complex as there are more options to address learner needs.
  8. 8. Problem Statement Support discovery and selection of the ‘right’ resource and instructional strategy
  9. 9. 8 So, why do we need a standard?
  10. 10. 8 So, why do we need a standard?
  11. 11. 8 So, why do we need a standard?
  12. 12. Discovery and Organization
  13. 13. Discovery and Organization
  14. 14. Discovery and Organization
  15. 15. Discovery and Organization
  16. 16. Discovery and Organization Houghton Mifflin Harcourt ISBN: 978-0-547-85282-9 Maybe Next: Monkeying with Metadata
  17. 17. Long History of Instructional Review & Classification 14
  18. 18. Metadata Types 15 Descriptive Structural Administrative
  19. 19. Metadata Types 16 Descriptive Properties (title, author, publisher, # pages, etc.) Application Structural Administrative
  20. 20. The  LRMI  Proper-es  v1  (lrmi.net/ Descrip-ve  Terms  (Schema.org): – #tle/name – URL – descrip#on – image – about – created  (date) – Creator – Publisher – inLanguage – useRightsUrl* – isBasedOnUrl Educa-onal  Terms  (applica-on):   – educa#onalRole   – educa#onalUse       – #meRequired   – typicalAgeRange       – interac#vityType       – learningResourceType   !    Competency  related:   – educa#onalAlignment   – educa#onalFramework   – Alignment  Type   – targetDescrip#on   – targetName   – targetURL 25 * part of LRMI spec but not yet adopted by schema.org
  21. 21. Educational Role Administrator Mentor Parent Peer Tutor Specialist Student Teacher Team 26
  22. 22. Educational Use Activity! Analogies! Assessment! Auditory! Brainstorming! Classifying! Comparing! Cooperative Learning! Creative Response! Demonstration! Differentiation ! Discovery Learning! Discussion/Debate! Drill & Practice! Experiential! Field Trip! Game Generating hypotheses! Guided questions Hands-on Homework! ID similarities & differences! Inquiry! Interactive! Interview/Survey! Interviews! Introduction! Journaling ! Kinesthetic! Laboratory! Lecture! Metaphors! Model & Simulation! Musical Nonlinguistic ! Note taking ! Peer Coaching! Peer Response! Play! Presentation Problem Solving! Problem-based Project! Questioning ! Reading! Reciprocal teaching ! Reflection! Reinforcement! Research! Review! Role Playing! Service learning ! Simulations! Summarizing Technology ! Testing hypotheses! Thematic instruction ! Visual/Spatial! Word association 27
  23. 23. Interactivity Type Active Expositive Mixed 28
  24. 24. Typical Age Range 0-2 2-5 5-8 8-10 10-12 12-14 14-16 16-18 18+ 29
  25. 25. Learning Resource Type Activity Audio Broadcast Calculator Discussion E-Mail Field Trip Hands-on In-Person/Speaker Kinesthetic Lab Material Manipulative MBL Model On-Line Podcast Presentation Printed Robotics Still Image Video Wiki Worksheet Lesson Plan Test Quiz 30
  26. 26. Alignment Type assesses teaches requires textComplexity readingLevel educationalSubject educationLevel ! 31
  27. 27. Shifting 32 Resource Institution Media Adopted Learning Learner Engagement Discovered to to to to Move from…
  28. 28. Today you’ll hear about… • Government agencies that are using the LRMI and underlying technologies • Development efforts that are underway to increase access to and use of these metadata • How developers and aggregators of content are taking advantage of instructional metadata • The opportunity metadata holds for improving educational access to large content repositories

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