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Slides for Vidi webinar held on 12th December at 2pm GMT. Introduce developers to the LinkedUp Vidi competition.

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Vidi webinar for Developers

  1. 1. LinkedUp  –     Linking  Web  Data  for  Educa7on  Project   Marieke  Guy   Open  Knowledge   Founda7on   Mathieu  D’Aquin   Alessandro  Adamou   Open  University,  UK       Stefan  Dietze   Eelco  Herder   L3S  Research  Center   Leibniz  Universität  Hannover  
  2. 2. Adobe  Connect   § Today  we  are  using  Adobe  Connect   § Use  the  Audio  Setup  Wizard  if  you  have  sound  problems   § Note  that  the  introductory  talk  will  be  recorded  and   shared  later    
  3. 3. Adobe  Connect   § If  you  have  a  problem   use  the  chat  facility   § You  can  also  pass  on   feedback  using  the   status  op7ons  
  4. 4. Adobe  Connect   § If  you  have  a  ques7on  then  you  can  add  it  to  the  chat   and  we  will  note  it   § Or  you  can  wait  7ll  the  end  when  we  will  address   ques7ons  in  the  Q&A   § At  this  point  you  can  raise  your  hand  and  will  be  asked   to  ask  your  ques7on        
  5. 5. LinkedUp  Project  Website   h6p://linkedup-­‐project.eu  
  6. 6. LinkedUp  Challenge   •  Three  consecu7ve  compe77ons   •  Develop  interes@ng  and  innova@ve  tools  and   applica@ons  that  analyse  and/or  integrate  open  web   data  for  educa@onal  purposes   •  You  can  enter  just  one  compe@@on  or  enter  them  all   •  Par7cipants  of  the  earlier  compe77ons  will  benefit  from   support  and  feedback  from  the  LinkedUp  team      
  7. 7. LinkedUp  Challenge  Dates   •  First  compe77on:  Veni  (March  2013  -­‐  September  2013   -­‐  has  now  taken  place):  Demo  prototypes  and   applica7ons   •  Second  compe77on:  Vidi  (November  2013  -­‐  May  2014):   Innova7ve  tools  and  applica7ons     •  Third  compe77on:  Vici  (May  2014  -­‐  November  2014):   Mature  data-­‐driven  applica7ons          
  8. 8. i n e V 10 December 2013 8
  9. 9. Veni  Compe@@on   § 22  submissions,  shortlist  of  8,   from  which:   § 3  winners   § People's  Choice  Award   Final  ceremony  at  OKCon,     Geneva,  17  September  2013   Stefan Dietze
  10. 10. i d i V
  11. 11. Vidi  Compe@@on   •  Submission  deadline:  14  February  2014   •  No7fica7ons  and  nomina7ons:  28  March  2014   •  Presenta7ons  and  award  ceremony  at  ESWC  2014  (25-­‐29   May  2014)   The  Vidi  compe77on  comprises  of  three  tracks:     •  One  open  track  for  development  of  any  prototype  for   educa7onal  purposes;  similar  to  the  Veni  compe77on.   •  Two  focused  tracks  for  development  of  prototypes  that   answer  specific  'problems’.      
  12. 12. Vidi  Compe@@on:  Prizes   •  Open  track:  €3000  (1st),  €2000  (2nd),  €1000  (3rd)   •  Each  focused  track:  €3000  (1st  prize)   •  People's  Choice:  €1000     Prizes  will  be  awarded  at  the  European  Seman@c  Web   Conference  in  Crete,  Greece,  25th  -­‐  29th  May  2014.        
  13. 13. Focused  track  1:  Simplificator   The  tool  should:   § make  complex,  domain-­‐specific  texts   easier  to  understand  to  novice/non-­‐ expert  people  by  elabora7ng  a  simple   summary   § analyse  and  summarise  complex   abstracts  and  research  in  simpler  terms  -­‐   eventually  a  ‘hierarchy  of  simplicity’  to   create  ‘versions’  for  different  ages  and   abili7es  (via  a  simple  and  intui7ve   textual/graphical  representa7on,  i.e.   knowledge  map)   § link  difficult  words  to  wik7onary  or   wikipedia    
  14. 14. Focused  track  2:  Pathfinder   The  tool  should:   § ease  access  to  recommenda7ons  and   guidance  when  chosing  appropriate   curriculum  of  courses  and  related   resources   § use  mul7ple  sources  to  suggest  classes   or  resources  (for  example,  recommend   one  course  from  Coursera,  one  from   another  MOOC,  and  readings  from   reading  list)   § match  learning  needs  and  contexts  to   opportuni7es  from  mul7ple,   heterogeneous  sources  
  15. 15. Data!   http://data.linkededucation.org/linkedup/catalog/ What data do you need? How to connect to data? How to connect data?
  16. 16. General  resources  –  and  guides   http://data.linkededucation.org/linkedup/devtalk/ Simple code snippets, how-tos and example, on linked data, sparql, visualisation, techniques, etc. What would you want to see there?
  17. 17. Need  pointers?  Have  ques@ons?   Want to know more about what to do in the focused tracks? Want to know more about available data or how to make some data available? Need some pointers to specific techniques, or just some discussions about the way you could develop your application? Have a broken SPARQL query, RDF that does not seem right, code that goes wrong? Ask now, or get in touch! We don’t have all the answers, but we will take the time to help you find them! http://data.linkededucation.org/linkedup/catalog/support/
  18. 18. …and time for questions!
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Slides for Vidi webinar held on 12th December at 2pm GMT. Introduce developers to the LinkedUp Vidi competition.


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