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Events: Semantic Technologies: which way now?

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This open meeting of the CETIS Semantic Technologies Working Group will discuss the outputs of the recently completed SemTech Project and potential future activities focused on the application of semantic technologies to the domain of teaching and learning.
Date: 10 Dec 2009
Agenda: hyperlink http://wiki.cetis.ac.uk/Semtech10Dec09
Contact: Sheila MacNeill
Location: Centre for Lifelong Learning, University of Strathclyde, 40 George Street, Glasgow

An open meeting of the CETIS Semantic Technologies Working Group. This working group has two primary functions, to act as an expert working group for the now completed JISC SemTech project and to develop recommendations for potential future work based on the outputs of the project.

The aims of this meeting will be to:

  • Review the outputs of the SemTech project.
  • Consider the roadmap and recommendations to JISC.
  • Respond to these recommendations and explore future directions.
  • Investigate ways that CETIS can raise awareness of the potential affordances of semantic technologies to the teaching and learning sector.
  • Discuss future activities in this areas that CETIS could potentially engage in.

This meeting is open to all those with an interest in semantic technologies and their potential application to the domain of teaching and learning. We will be actively be seeking comments and feedback from the community and would encourage colleagues to join the discussion.

The SemTech report can be downloaded from the JISC website. For further discussion of CETIS activities in this area see Lorna's JISC CETIS blog.


The event has already taken place and registration is closed. Please contact: Sheila MacNeill

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