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Social bookmarking tool based on structurable tags for communities of teachers


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Social bookmarking tool based on structurable tags for communities of teachers

Benjamin Huynh-Kim-Bang, Eric Dané

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Benjamin Huynh-Kim-Bang, Eric Dané. Social bookmarking tool based on structurable tags for communities of teachers. Young Researchers Track in International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring System 2008 (YRT-ITS’08), Jun 2008, Montréal, Canada. �hal-00365717�


SemanticScuttle vs Related works

SemanticScuttle Related works

Control Any user can create tags One supervisor has

and relations between them advanced control on tags and relations

Model No common model but One underlying common model

an aggregated one or constraining one tolerating inconsistency

Ergonomy On-the-fly relations Relations added

through browsing in a tree

Social Bookmarking Tool Based On Structurable Tags For Communities of Teachers

From social to collaborative bookmarking

SemanticScuttle: http://sourceforge.net/projects/semanticscuttle/

PhD Student : Benjamin.Huynh-Kim-Bang@loria.fr, Supervisor : Monique.Grandbastien@loria.fr Lab LORIA – University UHP Nancy I, 54506 Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy, FRANCE

Targeted context: Teachers in mechanical engineering

- a community of 1800 teachers (mailing-list) - resources scattered over the Web

- experimenting tools to organise resources (website, forum, CMS)

State of the art: Semantic vs Participative Web

Semantic Web Participative Web

Qualities Powerful logical reasoning Low-cost metadata

Diversity of point of view

Weaknesses High-cost metadata Difficulty to structure metadata

Difficulty to obtain a single model Basic clustering around metadata

Merging approaches? (Semantic Web 2.0 or Web 3.0)



- Competition with other tools

Foreseen observations on structurable tags - Which interfaces to manage them?

- Social organisation to annotate them? - Emerging structures of tags?

Structurable tags

Inclusion : >

Synonymy : =

Tag Tag Tag Ontology Tag Tag Tag Tag Tag

Web 2.0 tags Tags linked to ontologies Structurable tags

From tags to ontology or from ontology to tags?

Work in progress Need for a participative tool to share and organise scattered resources


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