"Learning Object Repositories as Digital Libraries:
as part of the 10th
European Conference on Digital Libraries
Alicante (Spain) 17-22 Sept 2006
Workshop Call for Participation
!!! Please Register at: LODL 2006 !!!
Sept, 22nd 2006
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[Preliminary programme] [Publication] [Workshop fee & Venue] [Workshop Chairs]
Repositories of learning objects are a key component to support authoring of educational material.
While search and retrieval solutions for educational resources are advancing, the semantic richness of data and metadata remains limited. At the same time, these digital libraries are increasingly turning into "soally aware", open repositories where user behaviour is reflected in attention metadata, ratings and other kinds of quality feedback.
As a result, on one
hand, some current developments focus on incorporating a semantic layer in
digital learning libraries, often based on ontologies, like for instance a
conceptualization of the subject domain. On the other hand, other approaches
focus more on the development of web communities and social software to enhance
Learning Object repositories.
The goal of the workshop is to be an informal meeting which facilitates the dissemination of knowledge and expertise in this field. A certain amount of time will be devoted to discussions, depending on the number of participants.
workshop will focus on (but is certainly not limited to) the following topics:
Since this is a workshop, we welcome papers that describe speculative ideas, work in progress, and discussions of important issues.
Accepted papers will be made available before the workshop, so that we can focus on discussion and demonstration, and thus take full advantage of the opportunities of a face-to-face meeting.
Authors are expected to submit papers 4-8 pages long formatted accordingly with ECDL 2006 guidelines.
LODL 2006 Workshop programme
Friday, 22nd Sept 2006
|9:00-9:30||Welcome -- Workshop chairs|
- I. Mayorga et al.: Accessing A Learning Object Repository Through A Semantic Layer
- M. A. Marzal, J. Calzada et al.: The Construction of a Spanish Educational Repository: Advances and Future Directions of the DOTEINE Project - Alvaro
R. Figueira & Michael Kaufmann: Disaggregation and reutilization of Sharable Content Objects
- E. Rodriguez, Miguel-Angel Sicilia & S. Arroyo: Bridging the semantic gap in standards-based learning object repositories
- Michael C. Harris & James A. Thom: Challenges Facing the Retrieval and Reuse of Learning Objects
Keynote talk: Dr. Edward Fox (Virginia State University) --by videoconference--
|17:30-18:00||Conclusions & Debate|
Submission & Technical Requirements
Please submit your paper via e-mail directly to the Workshop Chairs. Email
Addresses are listed below.
Demonstrations are strongly encouraged: presenters will preferably bring their own laptops for this purpose.
Selected papers will be published in "Learning
Media & Technology" Journal (ISSN:
Papers will follow the journal usual peer review
Workshop fee & Venue
Workshop fee (Before 10th August) is 95 EUR which includes executive lunch, coffee breaks and conference bag.
Workshop Venue: Campus of the University of Alicante at San Vicente del Raspeig (7 km outside Alicante). A shuttle service from the city (Hotel Melia and Hotel Spa Porta Maris place) to the conference and back will be arranged for the participants.
Room: To be assigned
See ECDL 2006 Venue information
Miguel Rodriguez-Artacho -- UNED UniversityUNED ETSI Informatica c/ Juan del Rosal, 16 Madrid, Spain Phone: +34 913 987 924 email@example.com
Erik Duval -- KU Leuven,Celestijnenlaan 200 A B-3001 Leuven Belgium Dept. Computerwetenschappen Katholieke Universiteit Leuven Leuven, Belgium Erik.Duval@cs.kuleuven.be