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Standard formal semantic vocabulary for academic course information?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Patrick Murray-John Jul 20, 2009.

 

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Patrick Murray-John replied to Jason Woodward's discussion Standard formal semantic vocabulary for academic course information?
"Interesting....I'll take a look at vivo. On the javascript question, the rdf/json spec that Talis made has been pretty useful for all my needs. It's helped a lot that the rdf store I've been using, ARC, has a plugin that will…"
Jul 20, 2009
Jason Woodward replied to Jason Woodward's discussion Standard formal semantic vocabulary for academic course information?
"I've attracted some interest from elsewhere within Cornell for working on this. The group produces http://vivo.cornell.edu which is, among other things, a browsable triple store of who's doing what at Cornell. They've got a lot of…"
Jul 20, 2009
Patrick Murray-John replied to Jason Woodward's discussion Standard formal semantic vocabulary for academic course information?
"Lin et al., Thanks Lin for tweeting about this discussion! I'm definitely interested in a University VoCamp. I've been poking away at the university ontology you linked to a bit more, and will push up a revised and corrected version as…"
Jul 13, 2009
Lindsay Clark replied to Jason Woodward's discussion Standard formal semantic vocabulary for academic course information?
"I haven’t heard of an established vocabulary for this kind of information, but would also be very interested. This may be a situation for a VoCamp. At VoCamp, people work collaboratively on an ontology for a particular use. It may be…"
Jul 13, 2009
Jason Woodward replied to Jason Woodward's discussion Standard formal semantic vocabulary for academic course information?
"Cut-and-paste from a reply I made to several UWebD posts: On Jul 11, 2009, at 10:23 AM, Brett Bieber wrote: >Have you looked into XCRI-CAP? seems to be more of a UK thing, but >there's some good work in…"
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Standard formal semantic vocabulary for academic course information?

Do you produce or consume semantic data representing your course directory? For example, Cornell's Food Science department is listed here in HTML markup.We're looking to build and work with one, and would like to start with an established well-recognized vocabulary. Medium isn't important (XML, RDF, OWL, etc) for now because a pointer to one of those resources will likely lead to the rest (if they exist).See More
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"Thanks Mark! This site is a pretty valuable resource. I haven't been here in a while and am glad I revisited."
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"Jason - Welcome! It was good to see you at the HighEdWeb regional conference. Kudos for a great conference. I'm looking forward to your contributions to this site."
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At 11:12am on May 15, 2009, Jason Woodward said…
Thanks Mark! This site is a pretty valuable resource. I haven't been here in a while and am glad I revisited.
At 7:19am on May 15, 2009, Mark Greenfield said…
Jason -

Welcome! It was good to see you at the HighEdWeb regional conference. Kudos for a great conference. I'm looking forward to your contributions to this site.
 
 
 

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