LRMI Training Resources for Instructional Designers

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Apr 10, 2017, 11:07:01 AM4/10/17
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Hi everyone,

Can anyone recommend good LMRI training resources for instructional designers who don't work frequently with coding?

Peter Shea

Director, Office of Professional Development

OER Co-Coordinator

Middlesex Community College

Bedford/Lowell, MA

Joshua Marks

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Apr 10, 2017, 11:23:20 AM4/10/17
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Peter,

You might find this a good place to start-> https://lornamcampbell.wordpress.com/tag/lrmi-implementation/ 

-Joshua

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Phil Barker

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Apr 10, 2017, 11:28:00 AM4/10/17
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Hello Peter, I am not aware of much by way of material specifically designed for training but (with apologies for the blatant self publicity), these are all attempts to explain the thinking behind LRMI. All these are licensed as CC:BY (except for the video) so feel free to incorporate them in your training materials, with a note to say where you got them.

Learning Resource Metadata Initiative: using schema.org to describe open educational resources
Video recording of conference session 
http://videolectures.net/ocwc2014_barker_schema/

LRMI, Learning Resource Metadata on the Web. From the #LiLE2015 workshop
Text account of slightly more recent and more extensive conference presentation covering similar ground to the video
https://blogs.pjjk.net/phil/lrmi-learning-resource-metadata-on-the-web-from-the-lile2015-workshop/

What is Schema.org?
briefing paper explaining the schema.org, useful background as LRMI builds on schema.org http://publications.cetis.org.uk/2014/960

Explaining the LRMI Alignment Object
The alignment object is powerful, complex, useful and needs some explaining!
https://blogs.pjjk.net/phil/explaining-the-lrmi-alignment-object/

LRMI examples for schema.org
Some examples, with comments, showing how the properties fit together.
https://blogs.pjjk.net/phil/lrmi-examples-for-schema-org/

LRMI Implementation Report: Overview, Issues and Experiences
case studies of how people use LRMI
https://lornamcampbell.wordpress.com/2014/12/22/lrmi-implementation-report-overview-issues-and-experiences/


Hope this helps. Phil.
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