Building a design engineering digital library: The workflow issues
|Building a design engineering digital library: The workflow issues|
|Author(s)||Grierson H., Wodehouse A., Breslin C., Ion W., Juster N.|
|Published in||DS 38: Proceedings of E and DPE 2006, the 8th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education|
|Keyword(s)||Design engineering, Digital libraries, Reusable resources, Wikis, Workflow (Extra: Design Engineering, Design learning, Digital Rights Management, Engineering management, Intellectual property rights, Learning environments, Parallel system, Reusable resources, Shared-workspace, University of Strathclyde, Wikis, Workflow, Computer software reusability, Copyrights, Groupware, Manufacture, Metadata, Product design, Teaching, Digital libraries)|
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Building a design engineering digital library: The workflow issues is a 2006 conference paper written in English by Grierson H., Wodehouse A., Breslin C., Ion W., Juster N. and published in DS 38: Proceedings of E and DPE 2006, the 8th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education.
Over the past 2 years the Design Manufacturing and Engineering Management Department at the University of Strathclyde has been developing a digital library to support student design learning in global team-based design engineering projects through the DIDET project . Previous studies in the classroom have identified the need for the development of two parallel systems - a shared workspace, the LauLima Learning Environment (LLE) and a digital library, the LauLima Digital Library (LDL) . These two elements are encapsulated within LauLima, developed from the open-sourced groupware Tikiwiki. This paper will look at the workflow in relation to populating the digital library, discuss the issues as they are experienced by staff and students, e.g. the application of metadata (keywords and descriptions); harvesting of resources; reuse in classes; granularity; intellectual property rights and digital rights management (IPR and DRM), and make suggestions for improvement.
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