learning objects, metadata, knowledge representation
Library and Information Science
Many of the existing metadata standards use content metadata elements that are coarse-grained representations of learning resources. These metadata standards limit users ’ access to learning objects that may be at the component level. The authors discuss the need for component level access to learning resources and provide a conceptual framework of the knowledge representation of learning objects that would enable such access.
Qin, J. & C. Finneran. (2002). Ontological representation of learning objects. In: Proceedings of the Workshop on Document Search Interface Design and Intelligent Access in Large-Scale Collections, JCDL'02, July 18, Portland, OR. http://xtasy.slis.indiana.edu/jcdlui/uiws.html
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