we've implemented LRMI in our OER service and have recently started thinking about needing author roles. Although not present in LRMI, schema has a type (role) and property (roleName) for this, but no recommended vocabularies. This has come up especially with cases where the OERs are made by a larger team – in these cases it is important to distinguish who is the illustrator, who is the editor, who is responsible for the writing, who is the translator and so on. There are several vocabularies for roles, such as NISO Credit (http://credit.niso.org) and MARC’s relator (https://www.loc.gov/marc/relators/relaterm.html), but none of the ones I know about really fit learning resources. Do you know of a suitable vocabulary to use? Could this be an addition to LRMI?
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Hello all, great to see this developing. I would be happy to make time to discuss it in our monthly LRMI Task Group calls.
I agree with Stuart that if we develop an LRMI concept scheme for role we should reuse established terms wherever possible and only create new ones for roles that are education-specific; such is the LRMI way :)
Anna, I would be really interested in know more about what you are using LRMI for. Do you have anything you could link to?
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