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Using language services to enrich the LOs' descriptions

Presentation made during the 10th EdReNe Conference (http://edrene.org/seminars/seminar10brussels.html). Brussels, Belgium, 6/11/2013

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Using language services to enrich the LOs' descriptions

  1. 1. Using language services to enrich the LOs' descriptions Dr. Vassilis Protonotarios University of Alcala, Spain 10th Strategic Seminar / Conference 6-7 November 2013, Brussels, Belgium
  2. 2. What is the AgLR tool? • AgLR: An enhanced repository tool that supports the multilingual and semantic annotation of content resources. • It is periodically improved and re-deployed, • as the users are testing and evaluating the software • Built on the OMEKA platform but highly customized http://omeka.org
  3. 3. About the AgLR tool • Developed in the context of the Organic.Lingua ICT-PSP project www.organic-lingua.eu • Current version available at: http://aglr.agroknow.gr
  4. 4. The user interface
  5. 5. General features of AgLR
  6. 6. The AgLR features • Multilingual user interface – already available in 10 languages – New translations easily added through Transifex • Integrates the revised Organic.Edunet IEEE LOM AP (v3.0) and Organic.Edunet ontology • Integrates the XEROX MATRAX statistical machine translation component
  7. 7. Exporting individual XML files
  8. 8. Exporting metadata • AgLR is OAI-PMH compliant • Exports Organic.Edunet IEEE LOM AP metadata – Through an OAI-PMH target • Each collection in AgLR has a unique target – Collections treated as sets
  9. 9. Importing metadata • AgLR supports Organic.Edunet IEEE LOM AP metadata • Other metadata formats can be ingested – Transformation to Organic.Edunet AP needed • Online documentation of Organic.Edunet AP: http://wiki.organiclingua.eu/Organic.Edunet_Metadata_Application_Profile
  10. 10. Using the AgLR tool
  11. 11. Adding a new item
  12. 12. Create/Enrich/Edit metadata • Annotator goes through all metadata categories / metadata elements • Mandatory fields marked with asterisk (*) should always be completed
  13. 13. Automatic translation in AgLR
  14. 14. Automatic translation (1/2) XEROX Matrax Microsoft Translator
  15. 15. Automatic translation (2/2) • User is presented with automatic translations of existing text • Suggestions are highlighted and need to be confirmed by the user • User can revise the suggested translations before the validates them
  16. 16. Manual translation • Applies to – Title – Description – Keywords • Selection from a pull-down menu
  17. 17. Analytics service • Service integrated in AgLR – Keeps track of the accepted translations – Keeps track of revisions performed by the user in the suggested translations – Used for the “training” of the automatic translation tools
  18. 18. Additional multilinguality features
  19. 19. Multilingual metadata AP • Organic.Edunet IEEE LOM AP based on the IEEE LOM standard • The Organic.Edunet IEEE LOM AP is currently available in sixteen (16) languages • Some of the translations are ongoing • Ongoing work towards its publication as linked data
  20. 20. Multilingual ontology • The Organic.Edunet Ontology is currently available in eighteen (18) languages • Some of the translations are ongoing • Ontology managed in an online collaborative tool (MoKi)
  21. 21. Organic.Edunet ontology in MoKi • Provides user-friendly interface • Supports additional translations of the concepts in any language • AgLR is connected to MoKi through an API – All revisions in MoKi are automatically available in AgLR
  22. 22. Automatic metadata extraction • We want to create a metadata record out this resource: http://dunbargarden.org/what-are-hops/ • We install the User Generated Content (UGC) widget as a bookmark • We visit the page and click the bookmark
  23. 23. agriMoodle • A custom version of Moodle for serving the needs of green courses – provides great green/agri- templates and themes – is linked to interesting sources of green/agrieducational material – trainers can use tools to import resources from relevant agricultural repositories – trainers can easily create and export metadata for their courses and resources – learners can benefit from (automatic) references to useful material, through various widgets
  24. 24. agriMoodle multilingual features • Supports annotation of courses/resources with IEEE LOM (multilingual) metadata – Facilitate indexing and retrieval of courses from Hubs • Automatic translation tools are being integrated in agriMoodle – Users provided with automatic translations to be revised/validated
  25. 25. Automatic translation of title Automatic translation of description Automatic translation of keywords
  26. 26. Thank you for your attention & Contact me at vprot@agroknow.gr The Organic.Lingua project is partially funded under the ICT Policy Support Programme (ICT PSP) as part of the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme by the European Community