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Rapid Innovation Dynamic Learning Maps-Learning Registry (RIDLR)

In RIDLR we will test the release of contextually rich paradata via the JLeRN Experiment to the Learning Registry and harvest back paradata about prescribed and additional personally collected resources used within and to augment the MBBS curriculum, to enhance the experience of teachers and learners. In RIDLR we will apply innovative approaches to help address this issue with dynamic harvesting of OER for specific topics displayed within the context of the curriculum and personal learning maps enhanced with semantic matching techniques, drawing together terminology from both formal metadata and common language (aka ‘folksonomy’).
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Funding period:March 2012 to October 2012
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Builds on Comments
Dynamic Learning Maps
The JLeRN Experiment
See also Comments
SupOERGlue
SupOERGlue

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Standard Comments
JSON
Wrapper for JLeRN, also output frm DLM
RSS
From DLM
Dublin_Core
Used for JLeRN
OAI-PMH
MESH
.epub
JLeRN API
JORUM API
OAI-PMH feeds being used for now

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Posted by v1mhawks at 2012-05-31 10:17:34
Some example code going on https://github.com/jamesoutterside/ridlr-learning-registry
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Posted by v1mhawks at 2012-05-31 09:51:27
DLM is MIT license
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Posted by v1mhawks at 2012-05-31 09:51:08
django Python is the framework for handling JLeRN data https://www.djangoproject.com/
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Posted by v1mhawks at 2012-05-31 09:49:56
Code will mirror DLM license
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Posted by v1mhawks at 2012-05-31 09:49:41
Code will mainly go into DLM code repository, some examples will go on blog.
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Posted by v1mhawks at 2012-05-31 09:47:48
Building licensing information into submitted data
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Posted by v1mhawks at 2012-05-31 09:46:38
Submitting resource maps. Paradata comments, rating, timestamps, comment author (will need to check data protection)
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Posted by v1mhawks at 2012-05-31 09:44:22
For now main flow looks like putting data in - if more DLM users get on board could get more out
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Posted by v1mhawks at 2012-05-31 09:42:33
1st check is: is it DC, if it is then process
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Posted by v1mhawks at 2012-05-31 09:41:14
Hoping to use the extract function from JLeRN
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Posted by v1mhawks at 2012-05-31 09:40:51
It's been recommended to pull data down and locally and processes
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Posted by v1mhawks at 2012-05-31 09:39:55
Writing some bespoke code for interacting with JLeRN but also using some existing libraries from hack days
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Posted by v1mhawks at 2012-05-31 09:32:02
Also builds on OER bookmark miniproject
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Posted by v1mhawks at 2012-05-31 09:29:08
Working with closely with JLeRN

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Person Programme-Manager: Amber Thomas
Person Maintainer: Simon Cotterill