Why you Should Start Tagging Right Now


Meta tags (short descriptions added to each web page) are used by search engines to help improve the relevance and quality of search results. Here are three reasons you should start making tagging a habit: #1 – Improved User Experience – Tagging makes the application you are using smarter, which creates a better user experience for others. 2 – Increasing Eminence – Tagging content is a gift to the creator, author or owner of the content.

Semantic tagging can improve digital content publishing


Semantic tagging can improve digital content publishing. One of the most important, yet frequently overlooked, cornerstones of effectively publishing digital content and media is semantic tagging. Semantic tagging can be used for digital content enrichment.". While nonsemantic data, such as HTML tags, are used to design a page, semantic tagging is used to assign meaning to bits of content. Semantic tagging for publishers.


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Rustici Engine and SCORM Cloud now share the same API

Rustici Software

The release of SCORM Cloud’s v2 API is a pretty big milestone for Rustici Software; for the first time ever, Rustici Engine and SCORM Cloud have the same API. When we decided to replace Engine’s traditional integration layer with a web service API in 2015, one of our goals was for it to offer the same functionality as Cloud’s API. Shortly after the release of Engine 2015.1, we began work to bring the Engine API over to Cloud.

Accelerating innovation through platform development for high-quality outcomes

Magic EdTech

It is very easy to be misled by tagging benefits to qualitative improvements but let us say you will be able to get your budgets, the success. Platform Engineering digital technology platform development platform engineering platform solutions

XML Workflow: The New Content Process Publishers Need

Magic EdTech

In an XML-last workflow, tagging is done after print files are complete. Magic EdTech’s content engineering services are not only XML conversion experts, but also understand the need for stakeholders in the K-12 and higher education sector to develop XML workflows in order to create content ready to publish on and array of leading, worldwide education platforms.

Docebo 7.8 brings personalized learning full circle


Multi-Language AI Auto-Tagging. Let AI-powered auto-tagging analyze your content and create tags in five additional languages. Your global learners can now find content in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian and Portuguese fast, using the platform’s deep search engine. We’re ending 2019 with a bang – Docebo’s 7.8

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TCC08: Social Bookmarking to Support Professional Practice

Experiencing eLearning

Tagging with social bookmarking can help peers & colleagues find information more easily. Tagging is secondary. Spurl: Bookmarking & search engine, like Furl. No oversight for tagging. Tagging System. Tagging structure: subject, keywords, type of media. Using a Social Bookmark Site to Assist in Diffusion of Online Information to Support Professional Practices.

The Best LMS Platforms for Effective Corporate Training – LPP and LXP


The LPP also uses a Rule Engine to set a different set of rules based on individual skill-gaps and performance metrics. ? The LXP uses a Suggestion Engine for content tagging for easier and more effective search and filtering. ? The modern learning management systems (LMS) address various training challenges such as widespread workforce, evolving needs, and low adoption of technology.

Is E-Learning Possible Without Learning Management System?

Your Training Edge

We have several search engines, YouTube, Wikipedia for quick information. By offering customized learning paths based on the feedback of previous courses, by tagging learning material and by creating smart courses, adaptive learning is trending high and broad. Depending upon the nature of your business and clients you deal with, you may or may not require a Learning Management System.

The future of libraries?

Clark Quinn

They were some of the first to deal with the issues involved in content organization, leading to information science, and their insight into tagging and finding is still influencing content architecture and engineering. I had lunch recently with Paul Signorelli , who’s active in helping libraries with digital literacy, and during the conversation he talked about his vision of the future of the library.

Smarts: content or system?

Clark Quinn

And, at the time I led a team building an adaptive learning engine, we did see adaptive content. We believed that if we had finely articulated content models, and rich tagging, we could change the rules that were running in the system, and get new adaptive behaviors across all the content with only requiring new rules in one place.

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Think like a publisher

Clark Quinn

As I detailed in an article , issues included granularity and tagging vocabulary. Back then, we were thinking then as a content delivery engine, but our constraints required content produced in a particular format, and we were thinking about how we’d get content produced the way we needed. Whether driven by rules or analytics (or hybrids), semantic tagging is going to be necessary, and that’s an concomitant requirement of content models.

Personal Mobile Mastery

Clark Quinn

And you can use search engines and reference tools just the same. You’d have to have rich tagging around your calendar to signal what it is you’re doing for a system to be able to leverage that information, but I reckon we can get there if and when we want. A conversation with a colleague prompted a reflection. The topic was personal learning, and in looking for my intersections (beyond my love of meta-learning ), I looked at my books.

Contextualized Learning

Clark Quinn

The two necessary components are the context-awareness (done via GPS, calendar) and semantic linkages (done with tagging). This is no longer rocket science, just a product of decent task analysis and content engineering. Recently, a colleague videotaped me responding to some questions about how mobile could change learning. I find I riff a bit in such situations, and one of the ideas I had then is something I wanted to explore a little more. It had to do with context.

How to Create and Scale a Document Management System in SharePoint (Without Hiring Extra Help)


For example, here at Bigtincan, we use deep reading, machine learning, and AI to make SharePoint files easier to find while reducing the need for extensive tagging. Instead of using manual tagging and search operators, Bigtincan automatically helps you find content based on: Your role.

Seismic vs. Highspot vs. Showpad vs. Bigtincan Compared


You need a streamlined, integrated file management system that’s optimized for enterprise use, with advanced features like cloud connection to other repositories, full text search, offline file management, and rich tagging.

Tags, Search Effectiveness, Personal Benefits

Tony Karrer

From Bill Ives - Where Tagging Works and Where Tagging Doesn’t Work – Search Engine Lowdown I guess I tend to agree with Danny Sulliivan about the tagging and search but that is not the original intention of tagging. A closely related great series of articles can be found at What are the Personal Benefits of Tagging? -

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The Best Enterprise Content Management Software to Empower Sales and Marketing Teams


Links don’t break, because our AI engine keeps them updated all the time. In this instance, the AI-engine has recommended other files that are commonly used with the file above.

Digital literacy 6: Organising and sharing content

Learning with e's

Answer - you organise it by 'tagging' it. Tagging content is a bit of an art. Because I have tagged this blogpost with those words, anyone who is interested in any of these areas, and who types those words into a search engine will, if they drill down far enough, be able to find this blog post. Tagging will also make finding content within a large list of bookmarks a lot easier. In yesterday's blogpost, I talked about why students should create their own content.

Learning Analytics is #1 in 2020 Global Sentiment Survey


This integration is a reliable connection that automates the data tagging from the LMS to the analytics engine to simplify data collection and reporting in a dramatic fashion. The L&D Global Sentiment Survey is a multi-country survey conducted by Don Taylor, asking the question “What will be hot in workplace learning in 2020?” Learning Analytics was at the top of this list. The Performitiv team is thrilled to see this.

Podcasting Equipment Setup and Software I use on the 10-Minute Teacher

The CoolCatTeacher

He’s an engineer so he uses top of the line software. Tagging and uploading. Also, it is used by search engines. A Behind the scenes peek at the 10-Minute Teacher From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter. I’ve been asked about the podcasting equipment setup and software that we use on the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast. After 220 episodes in one year and over 430K downloads, we’ve settled on a configuration we like.

Interview: Micro Agility Featuring Acky Kamdar, CEO, Magic EdTech

Magic EdTech

Can you begin by sharing your perspective on the role of digital learning and engineering solution providers in the technology sector? One example is content tagging and another one is quality assurance.

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How To Teach Online - MOOC - Week 1

E-Learning Acupuncture

1&2 : I just started a new job as an Educational Developer for the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. 3 : I will contribute largely by authoring posts on this blog and tagging them with the required #tomooc tag. I also really hope to find people working in the higher education field who specialize in Engineering – that would be a bonus. The MOOC for How To Teach Online (#tomooc) has begun.

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Breathing New Life Into Training Videos

CLO Magazine

Manually tagging them all would take hours. Not tagging them would limit the discoverability of the video. Modern video search engines enable employees to find any word spoken or shown on screen within any video and then instantly fast-forward to that precise moment. Under the hood, these search engines are powered by machine learning. We live in a world where movie-grade cameras fit in pockets and USB thumb drives can hold a lifetime of content.

Taxonomy Tips for Video Strategy

KZO Innovations

By creating a game plan for video content tagging and metadata, enterprises can track and understand the complete end-viewer experience. Then, when you need to update your featured video, it will have already been tagged and “taxonomized” correctly, in alignment with your search engine marketing goals. How can your brand organize all of its content assets – photography, text, graphics and video – for maximum benefit? In a word: taxonomy.

How Learning in the Flow of Work Can Help Remote Workers


Research from Deloitte backs that up — 70% of workers turn to search engines to find answers rather than turning to a course produced by their employer. By organizing and making your learning content easy to search — by tagging your learning data so that your employees can find what they’re looking for — your team will be able to search modules for the answers they need, and find them quickly. How much time for training do your workers really have?

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Gamification of Learning and Training

Kapp Notes

Search engines have a difficult time with image searches, and while facial-recognition software has made strides over the past decade, a new computer can’t scan a photo of, say, Robert Pattinson and tell you who it is. Google’s solution: Tap the manpower of the web by making image-tagging a game. Gamification – making things that don’t seem to be a game into a game is growing in popularity.

Applying Usability Techniques to eLearning Documents

Integrated Learnings

Search engine? Test your document’s findability by typing your key tag words into the internal or external search engine. If your document doesn’t come up, or if it’s several search pages in, you know you need to adjust your tagging. • By Donna Bryant. If you have ever designed online support documents that are used for quick online reinforcement learning, you know that not only do the documents need to contain the right information, but they must also be usable online.

The Best Sales Enablement Software [With Recommendations]


Their system is designed to help sales team members stay on the same page, with marketing automation and distribution, enablement analytics, intelligent search engine features, collaboration functions, and dynamic templates. Lots of sellers want to know which sales enablement tools are best.

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How will content discovery evolve?

CLO Magazine

Google has thousands of engineers optimizing search. LXP companies, which may have 10 engineers at most working on this, have to make some choices. Some vendors are now tagging content according to skills categories. Pluralsight, one of the leading providers of software technical skills programs, has its own learning portal and has built a skills assessment engine called Skill IQ to help match content to an employee’s skill level.

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#ICELW Opening Keynote with Steve Wheeler @timbuckteeth "The Future is Mobile…Social…Personal"

Learning Visions

Learners create their own content map through tools, sharing, collab, tagging, voting, networking, user generated content. MetaWeb We are already seeing early evidence of the Smart eXtended Web (Web 4.0) – in things like intelligent filters, recommendation engines. These are my live blogged notes from the International Conference on eLearning in the Workplace (ICELW) , happing this week in NYC. Forgive any typos or incoherencies.

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Making Connections: Trends in Social Learning

Obsidian Learning

Tagging allows precise searching for information. As Ohler puts it, we are moving toward a “semantic Web” in which search engines are able to present information in ways that are more meaningful. As an example of this idea, he envisions the possibility of a search engine delivering information on a particular topic that is not a list of results but rather a multimedia presentation from a variety of sources.

Performer-focused Integration

Clark Quinn

As mentioned above, Yas just cared that they did the necessary tagging! The flow from marketing to engineering has to stop forking as the same content gets re-purposed for documentation, customer training, sales training, and customer service, but instead have a coherent path that populates each systematically.

Video SEO: Using Transcripts for Online Video Excellence [VIDEO Part I]

3Play Media

Of the respondents, 77% are tagging online videos with keywords. Leading internet marketing sites ReelSEO , MOZ , and Search Engine Journal all advocate adding transcripts and captions to augment video presence. Transcripts are important to video SEO because search engines can’t index the spoken content in a video.

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Video SEO: Using Transcripts for Online Video Excellence [VIDEO Part I]

3Play Media

Of the respondents, 77% are tagging online videos with keywords. Leading internet marketing sites ReelSEO , MOZ , and Search Engine Journal all advocate adding transcripts and captions to augment video presence. Transcripts are important to video SEO because search engines can’t index the spoken content in a video.

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CCK09: Notes on Learning Networks and Connective Knowledge

Experiencing eLearning

The short answer is that nobody knows how to do this – no one person could design a 747, manufacture the parts (including tires and aircraft engines), take it off, fly it properly, tend to the passengers, navigate, and land it successfully. I’m not sure if learning always has to be about the “production&# of content by the learners; it could be about analyzing, summarizing, aggregating, tagging, etc.

5 eLearning Trends Leading to the End of the Learning Management System


Since there is so much available information for anyone to find what they need, when they need it — through search engines, Wikipedia, Mooc’s or YouTube. It can be accomplished by tagging learning components and making them smart, by offering personalized learning paths based on the outcome of previous activities, or by creating smarter personalized courses based on learning objectives. Just three years ago I wrote a post on the future of eLearning.