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(212) Semantic Editing on a Tablet

A session at Mozilla Festival 2012

Saturday 10th November, 2012

10:00am to 1:00pm (GMT)

We will start with a new remixing, semantic web editor, based on the Aloha editor, and extended to create and edit remixable, semantic, structured content, in a way that is designed to be used by any author, anywhere.

The design challenge is to figure out what kinds of editing people will want to do on their tablet devices and how to support them. We will also experiment with adapting to code and demo our ideas on other festival goers!

After a brief intro and demonstration of the editor, we will divide divide into small groups and brainstorm about how people will edit on their tablets. Each group will present and choose a use case, then groups of developers and designers and design ui to support those stories. In the final portion, developers will attempt to encode the new designs.

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Marvin

http://i.imgur.com/dO4kb.gif bio from Twitter

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oerpub

An architecture for remixable open education resources bio from Twitter

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Katherine Fletcher

I have a fellowship from the Shuttleworth Foundation to foster an ecosystem of tools and services around open education resources. bio from Twitter

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7 attendees

  • Gustavo De Vita
  • Katherine Fletcher
  • oerpub
  • Pearson APIs
  • Rene Kapusta
  • therealmarv
  • Tom Bamford

4 trackers

  • Eric Sinclair
  • Karen Leech
  • Ketan Majmudar
  • Pulkit Sethi

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Mozilla Festival 2012

England England, London

9th11th November 2012

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When

Time 10:00am1:00pm GMT

Date Sat 10th November 2012

Where

2. Floor, Ravensbourne

Session Hash Tag

#mozfest

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Official session page

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