The eduOER Search API module, is a Drupal 7 module that could be used for easy integration of the eduOER API Content and Searching capabilities to any Drupal implemented site. The source code is available on GitHub.
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Author: Peter Szegedi
eduOER meta data analytics service The eduOER meta data analytics service is a web application that offers a deeper insight of your metadata, based on statistics. With this service, you can diagnose insufficient metadata curation practices and get a more descriptive picture of your metadata (what specific elements are used). After uploading the metadata and […]
eduOER OAI-PMH target service OAI-PMH is a rich protocol preferred by many aggregation sites using state-of-the-art harvesters. This service is targeting those institutional repositories that do not yet use OAI-PMH protocol for exposing their metadata. If you want to expose your metadata via the OAI-PMH protocol, you can simply upload your metadata XML files in […]
eduOER metadata mapping and transformation service This service helps you mapping and transforming your metadata, the eduOER Application Profile (or any other application profiles you may choose). The workflow is the following: First, you upload a sample of your metadata into the MINT mapping tool. The tool automatically recognizes the native schema of your metadata […]
eduOER metadata validation service Once your metadata is mapped and transformed into the necessary schema (or it was already compliant), you can validate your entire repository both in syntactic and semantic terms against this schema using this service. All you have to do is either upload your metadata XML file or provide the OAI-PMH target […]
eduOER visualization service During the entire eduOER Metadata Aggregation Workflow, you can use the eduOER metadata aggregation dashboard, in order to monitor, at each and every step, the progress and the results of the aggregation workflow. You can follow the progress of the complete eduOER federation or exclusively your own repository. In addition, the eduOER […]
Brows the eduOER portal for learning objects The eduOER portal displays all the objects successfully harvested, filtered and transformed by the back-end engine. The portal is designed for end-users; students, teachers, professors, educators to help them finding open, good quality, trusted, learning materials.