Develop a web-based system for aggregating, organizing, and displaying lecture content (images, videos, published papers, noted, etc.) related to public health modeling. In addition to allowing scientists and researchers to easily search and locate relevant lecture materials, the system includes a “suggested content”engine that allows related content(e.g., the example models built in that video, or the slides used in that video) to be shown.
University of Michigan
University of Saskatchewan
Expansion of the site to allow for posting of interlinked content in the specific form of lecture “bundles”. A “bundle” is distinguished by virtue of the fact that it contains multiple subtypes of interrelated content. When a user interacts with a particular type of content (e.g., a video), the system unambiguously suggests supporting related content. Bundles are a loose, modifiable structure, associated with both content and metadata.
Custom plugin for the “bundle” container which includes the ability to store and organize multiple types of content and associated metadata.
In-line file viewer for all “bundle” content types: videos, spreadsheets, slide shows, documents, etc.
Full-text indexing and searching for all content types via Apache SOLR/Lucene.
Scientific taxonomy/folksonomy support via Elgg tags.