16 février 2019

MOOC Web sémantique et Web de données

sup-numerique.gouv.frLe Web Sémantique déploie sur le Web quantités de données et schémas. Ce MOOC vous présente les standards pour passer d'un Web de documents à un Web de données liées, avec des applications dans tous nos domaines d'activité. Plus...

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MOOC Introduction to a Web of Linked Data

sup-numerique.gouv.frThe Web now publishes and links vast databases. This MOOC will introduce the core principles and the two main standards (RDF, SPARQL Query) used to publish and retrieve linked data on the Web applications. Plus...

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15 février 2019

For the Web

Stephen Downes PhotoBy Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. For the Web
Tim Berners-Lee, World Wide Web Foundation, 2018/11/06
Tim Berners-Lee has launched a petition-pledge website calling on people to endorse a set of principles for the open web. I find that the principles he is asking people to sign fall far short of the web he is trying to support. More...

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14 février 2019

Cedefop - FAQs > How do I share my article/publication regarding skill needs on the Skillsnet webpages?

HomeIf you have recently published a new paper or a book on early identification of skill needs you can make it available online by sending the electronic version to the Cedefop Skills analysis team. More...

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13 février 2019

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Why a Web of Connections—Not a Single Relationship—Should Surround Students

Stephen Downes PhotoBy Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Why a Web of Connections—Not a Single Relationship—Should Surround Students
Julia Freeland Fisher, EdSurge, 2018/10/08
After the obligatory opening paragraphs offering a paean to teachers, this article cites to research that "points to relationships more broadly as core determinants of students’ chances of getting by and getting ahead. Research from an array of youth development and social capital scholars is clear: students will most benefit from a web of adults supporting their healthy development, academic success and access to opportunity." One study mentiones is the Search Institute’s work on what they call developmental relationships. More...

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One Small Step for the Web...

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Berners-Lee, Inrupt, 2018/10/01
On Saturday Fast Company broke the story that Tim Berners-Lee was launching a startup to develop and distribute his SoLiD application (which stands for Social Linked Data; I've covered it here before). There was also a Medium post the same day. This is a part of his plan to restore the web to its original decentralized vision. His new company is called Inrupt (which will be way easier to search for than 'solid') and is launching this week. More...

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01 février 2019

Bouge ton avenir ! : nouveau site web d’informations métiers de l’Agefos-PME

Logo cap-métiersL’Agefos-PME vient d’inaugurer un nouveau site web dédiée aux métiers d’avenir et destiné aux jeunes de 15 à 26 ans, à leurs parents ainsi qu’aux professionnels de l’éducation et de l’orientation. Plus...

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23 janvier 2019

Référent web polyvalent : une nouvelle formation pour un nouveau métier

Le Centre de formation TharGo inaugure une formation de référent web polyvalent en partenariat avec L’Afdas, Opca du secteur culturel, et Pôle emploi. Plus...

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13 décembre 2018

Cheap Eats at the Semantic Web Café

Cheap Eats at the Semantic Web Café
I love the use of nature photographs in this article to run a parellel threat interspersed with the discussion, which is an aggregation and summary of the critiques of folksonomies. The author's main intent is to defend the careful creation of metadata, and the sloppy and sometimes spammed metadata used in folksonomies is clearly not that. But from where I sit, folksonomies - as implemented by Technorati Tags - conflate two things: first, the idea of user-created classification, and second, aggregation of those classifications by what amounts to a 'push' technology. More...

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