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  • Re: relationships 2016-04-15
    Paul, There is no document on the LRMI side of things which is confusing. We have a repository which uses DC metadata. We are adding metadata to better describe our learning resources. We have a process to add new schemas or metadata elements to our existing schema. That process requires that
    Hugh Paterson III
  • Re: relationships 2016-04-14
    Phil, this is clearly an example of relationship specialization or? Phil Barker wrote: > * hasVersion: yes, in the sense that this links to "A related resource > that is a version, edition, or adaptation of the described resource"-- > isBasedOnUrl covers the 'adaptation of the described
    Paul Libbrecht
  • Re: 2016-04-14
    On Thu, Apr 14, 2016 at 1:14 PM, Joshua Marks wrote: > Stuart, > > Perhaps this thread shoudl be cross posted to the IMS TF discussion board? > Is cross-posting to an internal IMS forum technically feasible? > > Stuart wrote: First, are you meaning "GUIDS" in the rather
    Stuart
  • Re: 2016-04-14
    Stuart, Perhaps this thread shoudl be cross posted to the IMS TF discussion board? Stuart wrote: First, are you meaning "GUIDS" in the rather loose sense used in the IMS definition as used in the Common Cartridge (i.e., including URI) or in the traditional sense as a 128-bit integer number? JM;
    Joshua Marks
  • Re: relationships 2016-04-14
    On 14/04/16 19:25, Phil Barker wrote: ... > That said, the answer to your question is: > > The use case for isBasedOnUrl was that very often open educational > resources are repurposed before being reused. For example, I, in the > UK, may take a resource which compares rainfall between US
    Phil Barker
  • Re: relationships 2016-04-14
    On 14/04/16 18:17, Hugh Paterson III wrote: Greetings, I am looking for the difference between: LRMI's relationship "isBasedOn" which expects the URL to the related resource and a Dublin Core relationship such as: "hasPart", "isPartOf", "hasFormat", "isVersionOf", "isFormatOf". Is there an
    Phil Barker

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