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The mission of Data as a Second Language® is to facilitate comprehension of the terminology of data and promote data literacy. To support this mission, Data as a Second Language® serves as a collaborative website to collect and share educational information about the terminology with which we define and discuss the topics and technologies of data.<br />
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The mission of Data as a Second Language® is to facilitate comprehension of the terminology of data and promote data literacy. To support this mission, Data as a Second Language® serves as a collaborative knowledge base to collect and share educational information about the terms and phrases with which we define and discuss the topics and technologies of data.<br />
<br />The vocabulary of [[data_(English,_noun)|data]] continues to grow in the era of [[Open_Data_(English,_noun)|Open Data]], [[linked_data_(English,_noun)|Linked Data]], [[Big_Data_(English,_noun)|Big Data]], etc., so all of us will benefit if we work together to improve our individual and collective [[data_literacy_(English,_noun)|data literacy]]. Semantic MediaWiki provides the collaborative tools<ref>Those collaborative tools include [[Special:Properties|properties]], [[Special:Templates|templates]], [[Special:Forms|forms]], and [[Special:Categories|categories]]. [http://lawasasecondlanguage.referata.com/wiki/Main_page:_Law_as_a_Second_Language%C2%AE Law as a Second Language®] collects resources about these collaborative tools and other topics and technologies under the [http://lawasasecondlanguage.referata.com/wiki/Special:Categories category] ''How to use this wiki''.</ref> to create, edit, organize, search, and analyze profiles of [[Form:Term_or_phrase|terms and phrases]] ([[example_of_a_term_or_phrase_(English,_noun)|example]]) and resources with which we can learn more about them:  
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<br />The vocabulary of [[data_(English,_noun)|data]] continues to grow in the era of [[Open_Data_(English,_noun)|Open Data]], [[linked_data_(English,_noun)|Linked Data]], [[Big_Data_(English,_noun)|Big Data]], etc., so all of us will benefit if we work together to improve our individual and collective [[data_literacy_(English,_noun)|data literacy]]. Semantic MediaWiki provides the collaborative tools<ref>Those collaborative tools include [[Special:Properties|properties]], [[Special:Templates|templates]], [[Special:Forms|forms]], and [[Special:Categories|categories]].</ref> to create, edit, organize, search, and analyze profiles of [[Form:Term_or_phrase|terms and phrases]] ([[example_of_a_term_or_phrase_(English,_noun)|example]]) and resources with which we can learn more about them:  
* [[Form:Article,_blog_entry,_editorial,_essay,_graphic,_interview,_or_other_content|articles, blog entries, editorials, essays, graphics, interviews, and other content]] ([[Example_Article,_Blog_Entry,_Editorial,_Essay,_Graphic,_Interview,_or_Other_Content|example]]),
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* [[Form:Article—blog_entry—editorial—essay—graphic—interview—other_content|articles, blog entries, editorials, essays, graphics, interviews, and other content]] ([[Example_Article,_Blog_Entry,_Editorial,_Essay,_Graphic,_Interview,_or_Other_Content|example]]),
 
* [[Form:Book|books]] ([[Example_Book|example]]),
 
* [[Form:Book|books]] ([[Example_Book|example]]),
 
* [[Form:Website or blog|websites and blogs]] ([[Example_Website_or_Blog|example]]),
 
* [[Form:Website or blog|websites and blogs]] ([[Example_Website_or_Blog|example]]),
 
* [[Form:Video|videos]] ([[Example_Video|example]]),
 
* [[Form:Video|videos]] ([[Example_Video|example]]),
 
* [[Form:Audio_or_podcast|audio and podcasts]] ([[Example_Audio_or_Podcast|example]]),
 
* [[Form:Audio_or_podcast|audio and podcasts]] ([[Example_Audio_or_Podcast|example]]),
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* [[Form:PDF_document|PDF documents]] ([[Example_PDF_Document|example]]), and
* [[Form:Database_or_repository|databases and repositories]] ([[Example_Database_or_Repository|example]]),
 
* [[Form:Periodical,_newsletter,_journal,_or_similar_publication|periodicals, newsletters, journals, and similar publications]] ([[Example_Periodical,_Newsletter,_Journal,_or_Similar_Publication|example]]),
 
* [[Form:Application|applications]] ([[Example_Application|example]]), and
 
 
* [[Form:Organization|organizations]] ([[Example_Organization|example]]).
 
* [[Form:Organization|organizations]] ([[Example_Organization|example]]).
Registered users<ref>To register as a user, send a brief introductory message by email to dataasasecondlanguage@lawexplorers.com with "Registration of User" as the subject.</ref> can also submit their [[Form:Comment,_question,_or_suggestion|comments, questions, and suggestions]] ([[Example_comment,_question,_or_suggestion|example]]) to improve this wiki for everyone!<br />
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Registered users<ref>To register as a user, send a brief introductory message by email to 1szufreh4i6g@opayq.com with "Registration of User" as the subject.</ref> can also submit their [[Form:Comment—question—suggestion|comments, questions, and suggestions]] ([[Example_comment,_question,_or_suggestion|example]]) to improve this wiki for everyone!<br />
 
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Latest revision as of 17:40, 3 May 2020

The mission of Data as a Second Language® is to facilitate comprehension of the terminology of data and promote data literacy. To support this mission, Data as a Second Language® serves as a collaborative knowledge base to collect and share educational information about the terms and phrases with which we define and discuss the topics and technologies of data.

The vocabulary of data continues to grow in the era of Open Data, Linked Data, Big Data, etc., so all of us will benefit if we work together to improve our individual and collective data literacy. Semantic MediaWiki provides the collaborative tools[1] to create, edit, organize, search, and analyze profiles of terms and phrases (example) and resources with which we can learn more about them:

Registered users[2] can also submit their comments, questions, and suggestions (example) to improve this wiki for everyone!

Notes

  1. Those collaborative tools include properties, templates, forms, and categories.
  2. To register as a user, send a brief introductory message by email to 1szufreh4i6g@opayq.com with "Registration of User" as the subject.