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Exposing IEEE LOM metadata as Linked Data Community Group

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.

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Exposing IEEE LOM as Linked Data (Draft Community Group)

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First Draft of Exposing IEEE LOM as Linked Data (Draft Community Group) published by Exposing IEEE LOM metadata as Linked Data Community Group

On 2015-11-06 the Exposing IEEE LOM metadata as Linked Data Community Group published the first draft of the following specification:

Participants contribute material to this specification under the W3C Community Contributor License Agreement (CLA).

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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.


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This is a community initiative. This group was originally proposed on 2014-05-21 by Enayat Rajabi. The following people supported its creation: Enayat Rajabi, Masahito Kawamori, Amandeep Sidhu, Ethan Dagner, Jason Haag. W3C’s hosting of this group does not imply endorsement of the activities.

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