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1 We recommend you run the Audio Set-up You will need a headset/microphone if you want to ask a question in audio Course Data Programme: Data definitions and vocabulary framework Start time: 2 pm and will be recorded. Recording link: https://sas.elluminate.com/mr.jnlp?suid=M.1EF06A936443B5803A30A6BAED04A0&sid= February 2012 #coursedata

2 Agenda How the session will work Intro to Data Definitions and Vocabularies Work Strand Schedule Updates FAQ Issues raised and currently under discussion Discussion: over to you! Conclusions and next steps Course Data Programme: Data definitions and vocabulary framework

3 How the session will work Presentations will be in audio over these slides, which should be visible on your screen You can use the text-chat to engage with other delegates and moderators. –Presenter will not be able to monitor –Moderators will try to pull out any key questions –To make text window bigger, select View > Layouts >Wide layout –To make it smaller or hide it away, adjust the size and position: uncheck View > Layouts > Layout locked If you have technical problems, send a private text-chat message to “moderators” and they will try to help Application sharing – Word docs will be shared at suitable points. How to comment will be explained verbally!

4 How the session will work: audio Only use your microphone when guided by a moderator To ask a question, –Raise your virtual hand –When invited to, click on the microphone button to speak –Click on the microphone button again when you have finished –Or, type your question into the chat box and the moderators will ask it for you Only one person using the microphone at a time otherwise there is an echo If relevant, use the tick/cross to indicate ‘yes’ or ‘no’ Feel free to use the emoticons available | slide 4

5 Relevant sources of information Course Data Programme: ata.aspx ata.aspx XCRI Knowledge Base: Recording & all slides will be available from the XCRI Knowledge Base website. Data definitions: Vocabulary Framework: CourseDataProgramme_Vocabulary_Framework1.2.docxhttp://www.xcri.co.uk/KbLibrary/ CourseDataProgramme_Vocabulary_Framework1.2.docx | slide 5

6 Who are we? Alan Paull Lead on Data Defs/ Vocabs work Sandra Winfield Support Team & Data Defs/ Vocabs work Project Manager Rob Englebright JISC Tech Prog manager

7 #coursedata Any questions? Asking a question Raise your virtual hand When invited to, click on the microphone button to speak Click on the microphone button again when you have finished Or, type your question into the chat box

8 Agenda How the session will work Intro to Data Definitions and Vocabularies Work Strand Schedule Updates Issues raised and currently under discussion Discussion: over to you! Conclusions and next steps Course Data Programme: Data definitions and vocabulary framework

9 Intro to Data Defs &Vocabs Work Strand Community-based Accepted and authoritative Practical Interoperable Data Definitions Document –General guidelines –Namespaces –Elements and attributes Vocabulary Framework Document –Creation, publication and maintenance –Recommended Course Data Programme vocabularies

10 Schedule 15 February 2012: First Elluminate session End February 2012: Second draft 14 March 2012: Second Elluminate session 26 March 2012: Final draft published 30 March 2012: Final draft approved 31 March 2012: First release published

11 Updates Schema locations: –At Google Code: schemas/source/browse/#svn%2Fbranches%2F1.2%2Fxsdhttp://code.google.com/p/xcri- schemas/source/browse/#svn%2Fbranches%2F1.2%2Fxsd –At XCRI Knowledge Base: eNewsletter: 2nd.doc 2nd.doc BS 8581: Namespace will very likely be –Draft for public comment: probably March Spreadsheet version of Data Defs available shortly

12 FAQ Correction re applyUntil / applyTo URL vs identifiers for hyperlinks [use URL] XHTML is permitted in specified descriptive text fields only; badly formed HTML is not permitted! In XHTML, bulleted lists and other formatting options are allowed; use of scripts, images and other multimedia elements are a security risk, so are deprecated. If a definite start date is not known, attribute on or is not required. Some elements are ‘inheritable’. No need to repeat in is same as in.

13 Issues raised and currently under discussion Telephone number format URIs as (course) identifiers Address format Field sizes / character limits Images Namespaces Feed locations / cool URIs OTHER QUESTIONS Publishing format(s) for the documents Version control

14 Discussion: over to you!

15 Next steps End February 2012: Second draft 14 March 2012: Second Elluminate session 26 March 2012: Final draft published 30 March 2012: Final draft approved 31 March 2012: First release published

16 #coursedata Any questions? Asking a question Raise your virtual hand When invited to, click on the microphone button to speak Click on the microphone button again when you have finished Or, type your question into the chat box

17 #coursedata Thank you for participating in Stage 2 of the Course Data programme For any further queries about data definitions and vocabularies please contact: Alan Paull (Lead on data defs/vocab work) Sandra Winfield (Support Team & Data Defs/ Vocabs work Project Manager) Rob Englebright (JISC Technical Programme Manager)


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