Category Archives: architecture

The FishDelish Project: Open linked data for species description

Events today made me realise that we never blogged about FishDelish here, a project that we performed June 2010 to July 2011, in partnership with the University of Manchester’s School of Computer Science (UMCS) and the FishBase Information and Research Group Inc (FIN), a not-for-profit NGO.

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Finished Jorum contracts

Hedtek are pleased to announce that they have finished their third contract for Jorum, an Open Educational Resource repository run by Mimas, a JISC funded National Data Centre. As the major part of that work we designed and developed a very clean user interface to replace Jorum’s rather arcane and frustrating user interface. The new […]

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Work in progress for Jorum

Jorum is a national repository that provides Open Educational Resources. Over the past five months, JISC has been funding Jorum to engage in extensive technical work aimed at bringing a better user experience to Jorum’s users. This post, adapted from a post written for the Jorum blog, describes work we’ve been engaged in to assist in bringing […]

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Scaling and productising MOSAIC search and recommendation services

van Harmelen, M. Scaling and productising MOSAIC search and recommendation services. 26 September 2010. Commissioned by JISC, this document provides an architectural approach for MOSAIC search and recommendation services. The approach incorporates iterative cycles of development, where each cycle is preceded by an agile needs-driven approach to determine the next targets for implementation and roll out.

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