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Title: A novel approach towards skill-based search and services of Open Educational Resources
Authors: Ha, Kyung-Hun
Niemann, Katja
Schwertel, Uta
Holtkamp, Philipp
Pirkkalainen, Henri
Börner, Dirk
Kalz, Marco
Pitsilis, Vassilis
Vidalis, Ares
Pappa, Dimitra
Bick, Markus
Pawlowski, Jan
Wolpers, Martin
Keywords: open educational resources
content reuse
federated search
management education
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Springer
Abstract: Open educational resources (OER) have a high potential to address the growing need for training materials in management education and training. Today, a high number of OER in management are already available in a large number of repositories. However, users face barriers as they have to search repository by repository with different interfaces to retrieve the appropriate learning content. In addition, the use of search criteria related to skills, such as learning objectives and skill-levels is not generally supported. The European co-funded project OpenScout addresses these barriers by intelligently connecting leading European OER repositories and providing federated, skillbased search and retrieval web services. On top of this content federation the project supports users with easy-to-apply tools that will accelerate the (re-) use of open content.
Description: Ha, K.-H., Niemann, K., Schwertel, U., Holtkamp, P., Pirkkalainen, H., Börner, D. et al (2011). A novel approach towards skill-based search and services of Open Educational Resources. In E. Garcia-Barriocanal, A. Öztürk, & M. C. Okur (Eds.), Metadata and Semantics Research: 5th International Conference MTSR 2011 (pp. 312-323), Izmir, Turkey, October 12-14, 2011. Springer.
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