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The Semantic Web and the Online Educational Experience

Sunday, January 1, 2006

Abstract

"Sir Tim Berners-Lee has spent the last several years trying to improve our ability to search the Internet and find the information we need through an ongoing initiative called the Semantic Web. Essentially, the Semantic Web seeks to add more meaning to the knowledge we put online, so that knowledge can be better understood by machines: search engines, online social networks, software, etc. If machines can understand it better, than we can put it all to better use."

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