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April 30, 2007

ProLearn Project virtual seminars on metadata harmonization

On a note related to the work of the DCMI/IEEE LTSC Task Force which I mentioned in the previous post, the EC-funded ProLearn project is currently running a series of "virtual seminars", facilitated by Erik Duval and Mikael Nilsson, on the topic of "Learning Objects, Metadata and Interoperability (LOMI)" and more particularly on the harmonization of metadata models, with a focus on the IEEE Learning Object Metadata standard and Dublin Core.

The project plans to draft a document outlining some of the issues in this area, and the seminars themselves are quite wide-ranging discussions.

The sessions are held on Flashmeeting, and are open for anyone interested to join. The next session is scheduled for this Thursday 3 May 2007 at 13.00 BST/14.00 CET. Recordings and chatlogs from the previous sessions are also available.


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