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Title: D6.3 Social and informal learning support services version 1.5
Authors: Monachesi, Paola
Westerhout, Eline
Markus, Thomas
Posea, Vlad
Simov, Kiril
Osenova, Petya
Trausan-Matu, Stefan
Keywords: LTfLL
social media applications
ontologies
tagging
social networks
conceptual annotation
Issue Date: 12-Oct-2010
Abstract: The goal of this Workpackage is to develop services that facilitate learners and tutors in accessing formal and informal knowledge sources in the context of a learning task. To this end, a Common Semantic Framework (CSF) is being developed that allows the stakeholders to identify, retrieve and exchange the learning material. More specifically, it supports formal and informal learning by facilitating the re-use of course material, by supporting knowledge discovery through an ontology enhanced with the vocabulary of the community of practice (CoP), and by recommending material on the basis of the content, tags and users belonging to the CoP. Communication is facilitated through the use of social networks and new communities of learners can be established through the recommendations provided by the system. The CSF provides theoretically motivated technological solutions to educational problems that arise in a Lifelong learning context.
Description: Monachesi, P., Westerhout, E., Markus, T., Posea, V., Simov, K., Osenova, P., & Trausan-Matu, S. (2010). D6.3. Social and informal learning support services version 1.5. LTfLL-project.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/2803
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