@actualham and @cathieleblanc This discussion actually started as I am trying to think about the easiest way to make my workflow around my #oer materials while also building in the metadata to make it both more remixable and trackable across the web for others to use.
I am at the limits of my knowledge so it's a fun place to be.
@cathieleblanc Here you can see @ottonomy's tweets as comments back on my site: http:/
@ottonomy Yes that is my ultimate goal. I asked around at #oer18 it looks like a group met around 2013 and wrote some standards around metadata. Looked at @moodle metadata standards as well.
I have my repos up now, but not publishing to gh-pages yet. Maybe I should.
My ultimate goal is to have one file for each module and not have to update my syllabus and course websites separately.
I also commonly (and this is just my fault) make quick changes to website without changing files in my repo. Just log into CPanel.
I might be leaning more towards microformats just because I can wrap my head around it, and I'd rather build around a community than Google.
@ottonomy Hey Nate. Maybe you can point me in right direction. Rebuilding all my course repos but wondering about how others are thinking about metadata.
I am trying to stay as plain html as possible but want to be forward thinking in tracking how material gets shared and remixed and making sure I have community building blocks set up.
I wonder if there is an #indieweb solution to also syndication to SMS messages. I can't serve the populations I work with without thinking about also having a text message service.
I didn't expect #flyers to go deep this year. I hope but do not expect but to see another game without Couturier just reminds me of last year's first round ejection.
3-1. Can we do this? We have done it 3-0 against Bruins. ...Need Couturier or we might as well just give away the PP goals.
I just joined @virtuallyconnecting at the #oer18 conference and I didn't have to get out my pajamas. Woke up to ice on this "Spring Break" day.