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Application Profile for Multi-Cultural Content Based on KS X 7006 Metadata for Learning Resources

다문화 구성원을 위한 학습자원 메타데이터 응용표준 프로파일

  • Received : 2017.03.03
  • Accepted : 2017.04.20
  • Published : 2017.04.28

Abstract

Korea is rapidly becoming a multicultural society in recent years, and the number of multicultural families in 2015 exceeds 3.5% and 800,000. Also, as international marriage rate exceeds 10% by 2016, the number of multicultural families is expected to steadily increase. This study is a design of a metadata application profile as part of the foundation for providing learning resources and content tailored to the needs and preferences of married immigrant women and multicultural family members who need to adapt to Korean society. In order to verify the necessity of the research, we conducted an in-depth interview by screening consumer groups, and analyzed the relevant international and Korean national standards as de-jure standards for the design of metadata standard profiles. Then, we analyzed the contents characteristics for multicultural members, and organized the necessary metadata elements into profiles. We defined the mandatory/optional conditions to reflect the needs of content providers. This study is meaningful in that the study analyzes the educational needs of married immigrant women and presents the necessary metadata standards to develop and service effective educational content, such as korean-to-korean conversion system, personalized learning contents recommendation service, and learning management system.

Keywords

Metadata;Standards;Policy;Digital Resources;Digital Content;Curriculum;KS X 7006

Acknowledgement

Supported by : Korea Evaluation Institude of Industrial Technology

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