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DC-Education Working Group DC-2006 working session agenda

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Stuart Sutton <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 1 Sep 2006 11:44:39 -0700

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The following tentative agenda has been set for the DC-Education Working
Group at DC-2006 in Manzanillo, Colima, Mexico.

Education Working Group Working Session
Thursday, 5 October: 16:30-18:00 

TENTATIVE AGENDA:
(1)  Review work accomplished on DC-Education Application Profile (AP)
(2)  Define next-steps in completing the AP
      (a)  Refinement of usage descriptions for properties
      (b)  Role of general and jurisdictional controlled vocabularies in
the AP
      (c)  IEEE LOM properties in DC descriptions
(3)  Brief of progress of the Joint DCMI/IEEE LTSC Task Force on the
draft "Recommendation for using IEEE LOM Elements in Dublin Core
Metadata"

NOTES ON ASSOCIATED SESSIONS:

(1) Special session: Education Metadata: Reports from the Field.
Thursday, 5 October: 13:30-15:30.  At this time, the following reports
will be presented (others welcome):

TITLE:  LOMtologies - Issues and Challenges in Maintaining Simple
LOM-related Vocabularies
PRESENTER:  Any Powell
DESCRIPTION:  This presentation will look at the problems of deciding
who, in a national context, is best able to 'standardise' and maintain
nationally-focused e-learning-related vocabularies and whether such
standardisation is useful or necessary.  The talk is based based on UK
experiences in trying to develop several simple vocabularies in the
context of the UK LOM Core (UK Educational Levels, UK Educational
Contexts, the RDN/LTSN Learning Resource Type, etc.) none of which have
really found a good maintenance home but all of which are now in real
use within nationally funded projects and services such as JORUM
(www.jorum.ac.uk).

TITLE:  Achievement Standards and Frameworks - Issues and Challenges in
Machine Representation and Deployment of Content Standards
PRESENTER:  Stuart Sutton
DESCRIPTION: This presentation will look at the development of the
U.S.-based Achievement Standards Network (ASN) and its effort to build a
national repository of machine addressable K-12 content standards for
use in correlating educational resources to U.S. state and national
academic standards.  The issues around such resource correlations are
complex since U.S. federalism currently precludes a national curriculum
and results in an array of controlling state standards as well as
standards promulgated by national organizations (mistakenly referred to
as "national standards").  The ASN currently contains over 445 current
and historical U.S. state standards documents addressable by URI at the
level of their individual 'statements.'  U.S. national K-12 standards in
science and mathematics are also included.  Plans are underway to
include standards, benchmarks and frameworks in use in other nations.
The talk will focus on issues of deployment, use and maintenance.
(http://www.jesandco.org/asn/viewer/default.aspx)

(2)  Special Session: Special session DCMI/LOM.  Friday, 5 October:
11:00-13:00.  Full report on the progress of the Joint DCMI/IEEE LTSC
Task Force on the draft "Recommendation for using IEEE LOM Elements in
Dublin Core Metadata"
==============

Stuart Sutton, co-Chair
Diane Hillmann, co-Chair

Stuart A. Sutton, Associate Professor 
The Information School Research Commons
University of Washington
4311 11th Ave NE, Suite 400
Seattle, WA 98105
http://www.ischool.washington.edu
 

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