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This group will specify a Query Language for the Linked Data Platform 1.0. LDQL will make it possible to query LDP Containers to retrieve their members. It will feature simple/limited filtering capabilities, ordering, aggregation, built-in paging, and resource inlining.
The aim of this group is to explore and develop a set of standards for Organisational Profile Documents (OPDs). In particular we are interested in the usefulness of a machine readable OPD for the automatic discovery of resources in UK higher education institutions. Possible outcomes of the project would be: · Produce a specification for OPD · Create the documentation/supporting materials for OPDs · Promote the OPD to new organisations There is some support/resource from a UKHE funded project, data.ac.uk, more information on OPDs http://opd.data.ac.uk
This community recommends an approach for exposing IEEE Learning Object Metadata (LOM), a metadata standard for educational contents, as Linked Data. It is intended as a bridge for linkage of educational metadata into Linked Open Data (LOD). This community aims to describe a mapping of IEEE LOM elements to RDF based on Linked Data principles.
This group's aim is to discuss and agree on the use of a custom protocol handler (math:) and standard parameters for enabling the export of mathematical expressions in MathML to other applications, such as assistive technologies, graphing calculators, math notebooks and other mathematics oriented applications, such as IPython and MATLAB. For more information, see https://wiki.benetech.org/display/MATH/Protocol+Handlers+for+External+Applications+to+Process+MathML
The primary objective of this group is be a discussion forum and to teach the necessity of accessibility within the Chennai region. A secondary objective is to raise awareness of Web accessibility among college students. This group will not produce specifications.