JISC CETIS and UKOER3. Phil Barker < [email protected] > JISC CETIS Learning Technology Adviser http://jisc.cetis.ac.uk/. About JISC CETIS. JISC Innovation Support Centre: Educational Technology and Interoperability Standards
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But Google, Yahoo, Bing (among others) don’t trust invisible metadata.
Paradata: annotations, comments, ratings, ‘sharings’ likes, tweets about, +1s, recommendations and warnings
“Social networking for learning resources”
Amber Thomas, Jisc programme manager, said: "This international collaboration will see us contributing the UK\'s expertise to the Learning Registry. We are working with Mimas and Jisc CETIS to support the registry\'s vision of gathering together the conversations, ratings, recommendations and usage data around digital content.
Guardian government computing http://www.guardian.co.uk/government-computing-network/2011/nov/09/jisc-launches-twitter-project
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By Phil Barker <[email protected]>, JISC CETIS <http://jisc.cetis.ac.uk>