Since the first push when we deployed data.open.ac.uk, the area of linked data for education, especially in universities, as been slowly but steadily growing. This is obviously a rather good news as a critical benefit of linked data in education (some would say, the only one worth considering) is that it creates a common, public [...]
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Some times ago, we started to collect example SPARQL queries of interest through twitter, using the hashtag #queryou. This page is here to keep track of the queries collected, and to discuss them. Please fell free to contribute by sending your query on twitter using the #queryou tag.
Courses available in Nigeria
This query lists all the [...]
A large part of the technical development of LUCERO will consist of a set of tools to extract RDF from existing OU repositories, load this RDF into a triple store and expose it through the Web. This might sound simple, but the reality is that, in order to achieve this with sources that are constantly [...]