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Session 1.6 fostering interoperability of european qualifications: the qualification data repository (qdr)

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Session 1.6 fostering interoperability of european qualifications: the qualification data repository (qdr)

  1. 1. Fostering Interoperability of European Qualifications: The Qualifications Data Repository Agis Papantoniou, Honza Forster 12 September 2017
  2. 2. 2 The scene and the players • Member States publishing their data to QDR, which are then imported by ESCO and LOQ (Europass in the future): Member State A Member State B Private Awarding Body LOQ ESCO Europass2 CfP 2015 CfP 2016 Member State B CfP 2014
  3. 3. QDR demo time 3
  4. 4. 4 Behind the scenes • The publishing process is straightforward • What’s not shown though —Players involved in the publishing process >1 —And they all “talk” and publish metadata about the same thing · Normalization/harmonization in place (semantic annotation…) • Distributed publishing! • There’s more: —Qualification (meta)data is/can be re-published · Same qualification spans multiple countries – MS/Cisco/Oracle) · Fake information (“Agis school of languages” – accredited, #not) • (Meta)data de-duplication
  5. 5. 5 The challenges • Member States open up their NQDs —Map to EQF (so move towards a standardized way of metadata representation • Existing standards, tackle distributed publishing? • Semantic assets adequate to support semantic annotation? —What about the tools for entity extraction? • Provenance, Governance, Trust —Affect (EIF) interoperability levels? · Organizational, Semantic, Technical, Legal • (Meta)data de-duplication! —E.g. Access to Base Registries (under ISA2) —Is it (in the end) about master data management?

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