Applications of semantic web technology to support learning content development
Pahl, Claus and Holohan, Edmond (2009) Applications of semantic web technology to support learning content development. Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects, 5 . ISSN 1552-2210
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The Semantic Web is based on ontology technology – a knowledge representation framework – at its core to make meaning explicit and more accessible to automatic processing. We discuss the potential of this technology for the development of content for learning technology systems. We survey seven application types demonstrating different forms of applications of ontologies and the Semantic Web in the development of learning technology systems. Ontology technologies can assist developers, instructors, and learners to organise, personalise, and publish learning content and to discover, generate, and compose learning content. A conceptual content development and deployment architecture allows us to distinguish and locate the different applications and to dis-cuss and assess the potential of the underlying technologies.
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