The semantic web fused with web 2.0 technologies.
Simon John Cotterill (Thursday, 8th March, 2012 (10:14 p.m.))
We would like to thank JISC for funding our new 'RIDLR' and 'SupOERGlue' projects as part of the Rapid Innovation programme for Open Educational Resources (OERs) which will run from March to October 2012. One of the first tasks for the programme has been to summarise our projects in 140 characters or less! So in a nutshell:
Dynamic Learning Maps meets Learning Registry UK node (JLeRN) to harvest OERs for specific topics within curriculum and personal learning maps and share paradata.
Will pilot the integration of Tatamae's OER Glue with Dynamic Learning Maps, enabling teachers and learners to generate custom content by aggregating and sequencing OERs related to specific topics.
These are the short versions! For a bit more detail see Suzanne Hardy's blog about these projects.
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