CSEDU 2013, the International Conference on Computer Supported Education was taking place in Aachen, Germany this year. The conference was addressing different e-learning themes such as Information Technologies Supporting Learning, Learning/Teaching Methodologies and Assessment, Ubiquitous Learning, Social Context and Learning Environments as well as Cloud Education Environments. Read more about "SlideWiki at CSEDU2013 Conference"
On the second day of Sören’s short trip to Korea, we participated in the Open Data Conference of the Information Society Agency (NIA). NIA seems to be implementing a comprehensive Open Data strategy (also involving LinkedData). Looks like South Korea is quite advanced in this regard already. Read more about "Open Data Conference in Seoul"
In the recent years the LOD2 stack established a collection of applications developed in the context of the LOD2 project, presented as an unified environment. These applications are referred to as components although they can also be installed independently. Read more about "LOD2 STACK USABILITY SURVEY STARTED"
We are happy to announce the preview release of our RDFaCE WYSIWYM content editor special edition for Schema.org. RDFaCE (RDFa Content Editor) extends the TinyMCE rich text editor to facilitate the authoring of semantic documents. This version of RDFaCE is customized for annotating content in RDFa or Microdata formats based on Schema.org vocabularies. Read more about "Preview release of RDFaCE special edition for Schema.org"
Every day, approximately 3000 new articles are published in biomedical journals. That averages to more than 2 articles every minute! Managing this large amount of data is a challenge in itself. Read more about "European project BioASQ sets a challenge to push research in biomedical information retrieval and question answering"