Helping More Teachers Find Your Digital Resources

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Washington DC September 10, 2014 New York, New York September 12, 2014 Darren Milligan Senior Digital Strategist Smithsonian Institution, Center for Learning and Digital Access milligand@si.edu Melissa Wadman Manager of Program Evaluation Smithsonian Institution, Center for Learning and Digital Accesswadmanm@si.edu Michael Jay Educational Systemics michael@edusystemics.com

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1. Helping More TeachersFind Your Digital ResourcesWashington DCSeptember 10, 2014Darren MilliganSenior Digital StrategistSmithsonian Institution, Center for Learning and Digital Accessmilligand@si.eduMelissa WadmanManager of Program EvaluationSmithsonian Institution, Center for Learning and Digital Accesswadmanm@si.eduMichael JayEducational Systemicsmichael@edusystemics.com 2. 199523.6 million physical visits to museums72,942 digital visits 3. 199523.6 million physical visits to museums72,942 digital visits201330 million physical visits to museums140 million digital visits 4. 199523.6 million physical visits to museums72,942 digital visits201330 million physical visits to museums140 million digital visitsPhysical: 30,000,000-23,600,000 /23,600,000 X 100 = 27.12% increaseDigital: 140,000,000-72,942 / 72,942 X100 = 191,833.32% increase 5. 199523.6 million physical visits to museums72,942 digital visits201330 million physical visits to museums140 million digital visitsPhysical: 30,000,000-23,600,000 /23,600,000 X 100 = 27.12% increaseDigital: 140,000,000-72,942 / 72,942 X100 = 191,833.32% increase 6. What Does the MetadataLook Like Now?txtIDtxtTitletxtDescriptiontxtTypemusNamewebaddrKeywordsStandards AlignmentSubject(s)Grade(s) 7. What Does the MetadataLook Like Now?txtID 2014txtTitle Smithsonian in Your Classroom: The Music in PoetrytxtDescription Lessons introducing students to the rhythms of poetrytxtType Lesson PlansmusName Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Accesswebaddr http://www.smithsonianeducation.org/educators/Keywords global sound, folkwaysStandards Alignment http://www.smithsonianeducation.org/educators/resourc/Subject(s) Arts, Music, Language Arts - LiteratureGrade(s) PreK3, 48, 912 8. LRMI Educators Survey ReportAugust 2013 Update44%: search online several times a week31%: search online daily65%: report irrelevant results87%: more satisfied if they could filter 9. based on The Content Developers Guide to the Learning Resource Metadata Initiative and Learning Registry, 2013 10. What Will the MetadataLook Like Moving Forward?txtTitle (Name)txtIDtxtDescription (Description)MusName (Publisher)Web Address (URL)statusKeyword(s)Standards Alignmentabout (subjects)TypicalAgeRange (Grade)dateCreatedalignmentTypeeducationalRoleeducationalUseinLanguagelearningResourceTypeinteractivityTypetimeRequireduseRightsUrlaccessibilityAPIaccessibilityControlaccessibilityFeatureaccessibilityHazardaccess ModehasAdaptationisAdaptationOfStandards Link 11. What Will the MetadataLook Like Moving Forward?txtTitle (Name) Smithsonian in Your Classroom: The Music in PoetrytxtID 2014txtDescription (Description)Lessons introducing students to the rhythms of poetry. The focus in on two MusName (Publisher) Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital AccessWeb Address (URL) http://www.smithsonianeducation.org/educators/lesson_plans/music_in_poetry/index.htmlstatus LiveKeyword(s) global sound, folkwaysStandards Alignment http://www.smithsonianeducation.org/educators/resource_library/standabout (subjects) Arts, Music, Language Arts - LiteratureTypicalAgeRange (Grade) 5-8, 8-10, 10-12, 12-14, 14-16, 16-18dateCreated 2013alignmentType TeacheseducationalRole TeachereducationalUse Activity, Musical, Writing, Creative responseinLanguage EnglishlearningResourceType Lesson PlaninteractivityType MixedtimeRequired P1WuseRightsUrl http://www.si.edu/termsofuse/accessibilityAPIaccessibilityControl fullMouseControlaccessibilityFeature noneaccessibilityHazard noFlashingHazard, noMotionSimulationHazard, noSoundHazardaccess Modetextual, visualhasAdaptationisAdaptationOfStandards Link 12. What Could the MetadataLook Like on Your Websites? 13. Evaluation 14. Train and ShareEducational WorkshopsTechnical Implementation WorkshopsTraining HangoutsLRMI Guide 15. Moving ForwardOct: LRMI Web-ready MetadataOct: Educators Exchange on MetadataNov: New ToolsDec: Workshops 16. Questions!Image adapted from the Department of Education,http://www.flickr.com/photos/departmentofed/9602545478/, used under a CC BY 2.0 license.

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