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Once EdUnify and its interoperability services are available, it would be possible for anyone to build an application that used the search and interoperability services to find all available web services at K12 institutions and all available web services at colleges and universities to serve student guidnance applications to link out from their location to other web services that address health, work, academic, etc. issues and utilize the engaging interoperbility services to connect and transform such services for tutoring, career placement and outsourced service providers such as credentialling verifications.

Applications to Accelerate Learning, Research, and Knowledge Gathering

With a lookup service, new applications could be developed to Once EdUnify and its interoperability services are available, it would be possible for anyone to build an application that uses the search services to make knowledge and semantics made relevant programatically. Today, we all utilize Google or other search engines (which utilize indexes) to find what is most relevant determined by page ranking, a means of simply measuring the reference links. Imagine using ontology services to link services, documents, artifacts, or anything, that relates to a keyword used by a common dictionary. This form of index would be more useful and accurate than a web search, and could offer new applications to find things on the web across repositories that have been uncoded until now. The Cancer research project funded by the NSF is an example of enabling researches to codify and now find who is researching what in greater detail. Imagine if we could do the same for the business of teaching and learning across all courses. Imagine building simulation games that would have access to smart tags.

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