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*** [[PeterYim]]: the setting; organizers, sponsors and the 'broader' community  
 
*** [[PeterYim]]: the setting; organizers, sponsors and the 'broader' community  
 
** Panelists insights -  
 
** Panelists insights -  
*** [[FrankOlken]]: from a strawman framework to a joint communique
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*** [[FrankOlken]]: the community process to collaboratively developing a framework document
 
*** KenBaclawski: populating the framework, survey and analysis  
 
*** KenBaclawski: populating the framework, survey and analysis  
*** [[DougHolmes]]: observations and insights (esp. on the forum discourse and momentum of the work)  
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*** [[DougHolmes]]: observations and insights - especially on the forum discourse and momentum of the work)  
*** [[DeniseBedford]]: observations and insights (please let us know the area you'll be focusing on, Denise.)
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*** [[DeniseBedford]]: observations and insights, with a focus on the community building process, and the role and importance of subject matter expert participation, i.e. domain SMEs (subject matter experts), and not just ontology experts.
*** Panelists Exchange (if we have time)  
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*** [[SusanTurnbull]]: Susan's personal observations and insights; and open us up to the floor  
 
*** [[SusanTurnbull]]: Susan's personal observations and insights; and open us up to the floor  
 
*** Q&A, and discussion from the floor  
 
*** Q&A, and discussion from the floor  
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** Opening - [[PeterYim]], why are we here; introducing the panel  
 
** Opening - [[PeterYim]], why are we here; introducing the panel  
 
** Briefings -  
 
** Briefings -  
*** [[ElisaKendall]]: Ontology work from OMG (still need a title for your talk, Elisa)
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*** [[ElisaKendall]]: "Emerging issues in vocabulary management, ontology publication and specification management from an OMG perspective"
 
*** [[DeniseBedford]]: "Records Management Ontologies"  
 
*** [[DeniseBedford]]: "Records Management Ontologies"  
*** [[FrankOlken]]: perspectives, from NSF needs to XMDR work (still need a title for your talk, Frank)
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*** [[FrankOlken]]: "Potential Ontology Applications for National Science Foundation Records Management"
 
*** [[JoshLubell]] & [[RachuriSudarsan]] (NIST): perspectives on non-text records  (still need a title if you will be doing a brief, or whether you will just comment from the panel round, Josh & Sudarsan)  
 
*** [[JoshLubell]] & [[RachuriSudarsan]] (NIST): perspectives on non-text records  (still need a title if you will be doing a brief, or whether you will just comment from the panel round, Josh & Sudarsan)  
 
*** LeoObrst: what do Ontologies and Ontological Engineering bring to the table (still need a title for your talk, Leo)  
 
*** LeoObrst: what do Ontologies and Ontological Engineering bring to the table (still need a title for your talk, Leo)  

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This is working page for the preparation of the two Ontolog Panels that we are setting on for presentation at the Collaborative Expedition Workshop #63 (July 17 & 18, 2007 at NSF, Arlington, VA, USA.)     (1A)

Background:     (1B)

SusanTurnbull featured the "community process" of this Summit on the Tue 2007.07.17 Collaborative Expedition Workshop (CEW#63 to be held at NSF, Arlington, VA, USA) as part of her exposition into the process, dynamics, potential and realities of a few of the exemplary virtual communities during that one-day workshop. T        (1B1)

Workshop Title: "Towards Stable Meaning and Records Preservation in Information-Sharing: Building the Way Forward Together"     (1B2)

Description     (1C)

As SusanTurnbull has it on her preliminary program, there will be two panels, one each on Jul-17 (Tue) & Jul-18 (Wed). Topics as described below.     (1C1)

The Team     (1D)

Content Design     (1E)

The Plan     (1F)

  • Process in general: anchors do a brief (15 min. max; 5~6 slides) to frame the issues; then go around the panel (5 min.; 1~3 slides) to bring out the salient points and get our message across; then open to the floor for Q&A and discussion     (1F1)

Resources     (1G)