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Environnements Informatiques pour l'Apprentissage Humain

Merging semantic and participative approaches for organising teachers' documents

Auteurs:

Huynh-Kim-Bang Benjamin, Dané Eric, Grandbastien Monique

Référence:

Proceedings of ED-Media 08, 2008,

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Communities of teachers need tools to gather and organise educational resources scattered over the Web. As current generic search engines are insufficient to deal with contexts, these tools must rely on human annotations. First, we compare the Semantic Web and the Participative Web (2.0) approaches to annotate resources and we argue for the need to merge them. Secondly, we propose a social bookmarking tool merging the flexibility of tags with basic inference processes attached to ontologies. Thus we define the concept of structurable tags which are tags that can be linked through relations while keeping their spontaneous, on-the-fly and aggregative properties.

Référencé le: 2009-03-04
Référence HAL: hal-00365714, version 1