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Title: "The semantic web: How RDF will change learning technology standards"
Author: Mikael Nilsson Center for User-Oriented IT-design, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm
Publication Date: September 27 2001
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Abstract: The field of learning technology has entered a phase of intense work on standardization of learning technology descriptions of various kinds. Most of the work so far has focused on XML as the encoding language for such specifications (e.g. IMS, IEEE-LOM, and SCORM). However, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is putting their energy into another model for computerized descriptions, called Resource Description Framework, RDF, which is the foundation for the Semantic Web vision of Tim Berners-Lee
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