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Search and Discovery: OER's Open Loop

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Search and Discovery: OER's Open Loop

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