2020
DOI: 10.1109/access.2020.3024614
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Web Service to Retrieve and Semantically Enrich Datasets for Theses From Open Educational Repositories

Abstract: The paper describes the design and implementation of a semantic web service that retrieves theses and extends the keyword based-search of a DSpace repository taking into account the roles of advisors and steering committee members formally represented into a custom-made ontology. The service uses SPARQL queries and the serialization module of RDF DSpace, this links the item submission process and the ontology, thus the more theses are added into a repository, the more instances are inserted into the ontology. … Show more

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“…As mentioned in Section II, there are various works that propose strategies or frameworks to integrate semantic technologies to repositories, such as [7][8]; our approach is different, as it is comprised of the methodology, platform, and ontologies, as well as, the set of instruments developed (guidelines, questionnaires, and evaluation instruments). The MIIDAS Platform differs from works [10][11][12][13][14] since it was developed based on the needs of teachers and students of educational institutions (EMI and UAM-I), allowing the design and construction of an ad hoc platform to the requirements of the members of the institutions, until the evaluation of the platform, to allow its evaluation and maintenance.…”
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“…As mentioned in Section II, there are various works that propose strategies or frameworks to integrate semantic technologies to repositories, such as [7][8]; our approach is different, as it is comprised of the methodology, platform, and ontologies, as well as, the set of instruments developed (guidelines, questionnaires, and evaluation instruments). The MIIDAS Platform differs from works [10][11][12][13][14] since it was developed based on the needs of teachers and students of educational institutions (EMI and UAM-I), allowing the design and construction of an ad hoc platform to the requirements of the members of the institutions, until the evaluation of the platform, to allow its evaluation and maintenance.…”
Section: Viidiscussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The design and implementation of a semantic web service in presented in [14], which retrieves thesis and extends the search based on keywords of a repository. It also contains the results of a survey that allows us to empirically explore usability.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
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“…Most of the previous research performed usability analysis without user categorization and presented the results as a single unit [14]. A few of the most recent studies categorized the users into general groups, such as employees, undergrad and graduate students, and homemakers [11], [30], [66]. Therefore, we performed the user categorization to further measure the quality of user interaction by the three major holistic user categories (e.g., professionals, students, and homemakers) without creating excessive experimental complexity and providing group-wise insights about the results obtained [49].…”
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confidence: 99%