Roles for Learning Resources

Via the LRMI mailing list the point was made that, in cases where the Open Educational Resources are made by a larger team it is important to distinguish who is the illustrator, who is the editor, who is responsible for the writing, who is the translator and so on. Right now there is no vocabulary existing usable for learning resources (at least not at LRMI). LRMI for roles when expressed in schema.org can rely on role declaration strategies in schama.org. (One such strategy is used by science-on-schema.) However, it is a great question whether LRMI should declare its own roles. Following the discussion on the mailing list I put together this chart. Still to be added to this chart are concepts from (Citation: et al., ) , , , & (). Changing Teacher Roles in the Foreign Language Classroom. Texas Papers in Foreign Language Education, 3(2). 71–89. Retrieved from https://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED423676 .

LOM MARC DC CRediT Schema.org
author Author [aut] Writing (original draft)
publisher Publisher [pbl]
unknown
initiator Conceptualization (?)
terminator
validator
editor Editor [edt] Writing (review and editing)
graphical designer Artist [art] / Illustrator visualization
technical implementer Typographer [tyg]
content provider
technical validator
educational validator Validation (scope is wider)
script writer Author of dialog [aud]
instructional designer
subject matter expert Expert [exp]
Project administrator
Data curation
software
investigation
supervision
translator
Metadata contact

Bibliography

Johnson, Delarche, Marshall, Wurr & Edwards (1998)
, , , & (). Changing Teacher Roles in the Foreign Language Classroom. Texas Papers in Foreign Language Education, 3(2). 71–89. Retrieved from https://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED423676
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Hugh Paterson III
Hugh Paterson III
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My research interests include typological patterns in articulatory phonetics; User Experience design in language tools; and graph theory applied to language and linguistic resource discovery.

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