Access For All metadata in OER Commons
michelled33 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 3 17:20:38 UTC 2012
Thanks for putting this together.
I think it makes sense to use the 'meta' element to add our metadata. The thing I don't like about the schema.org strategy is the requirement of adding a wrapping element for image tags. I always prefer to decorate the existing markup rather than modify it. That being said, I think we should go the schema.org route because it feels like it communicates the information we are trying to add more clearly.
On 2012-04-03, at 9:34 AM, Cheetham, Anastasia wrote:
> In considering how we're going to add Access For All metadata to OERs authored using the OER Commons authoring tool, I've taken a look at microformats and schema.org microdata. I've drafted wiki pages describing how these two options might be used:
> schema.org microdata:
> The microformat option looks tidier and simpler on the surface (it's strictly classnames added to HTML elements, whereas the schema.org approach requires additional markup), but on closer examination I think the schema.org approach provides a better solution (notes on the wiki pages should help elaborate on why). I look forward to hearing other thoughts.
> These are just drafts, and I would really love it if we could pick this apart and revise and refine.
> Anastasia Cheetham Inclusive Design Research Centre
> acheetham at ocadu.ca Inclusive Design Institute
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