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Title: Sharing Digital Resources in Teacher Education: an Ontology-based Approach
Authors: Alvino, Serena
Bocconi, Stefania
Boytchev, Pavel
Earp, Jeffrey
Sarti, Luigi
Keywords: teacher education
ontology-based Information System
multicultural semantics
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: S3T 2009
Abstract: Teacher Education (TE) is a dynamic, lifelong process that needs to fully embrace innovation and assume a broader European perspective. The ECfunded Share.TEC project aims to provide enhanced, culturally-aware access to TE-related resources across Europe by means of a federated resource brokerage system whose semantic core is the proposed Teacher Education Ontology (TEO). This paper describes the rationale for an ontology-driven approach, gives an overview of TEO’s multi-layered structure for addressing multicultural and multilinguistic issues, and presents some aspects of the TEO implementation that allow for language-independent conceptualization and multidimensional hierarchal searching and filtering Other TEO features are also discussed, including the support for dynamically generated user interface and system stability against ontology modifications.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10867/37
ISBN: 978-954-9526-62-2
Appears in Collections:FP7-S3T2009

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