Difference between revisions of "Standard Classification of Educational Fields"

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*Not known or unspecified
 
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<span style=color:blue>Total: 34 tags
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<span style=color:blue>Total: 34 tags<br/>
 
If we integrate the sub-sub categories, it would go to about 300 tags. In practice it still should be easy to navigate during a search if we integrate them.</span>
 
If we integrate the sub-sub categories, it would go to about 300 tags. In practice it still should be easy to navigate during a search if we integrate them.</span>
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(The tags could be drawn from this [http://www.unesco.org/education/information/nfsunesco/doc/isced_1997.htm UNESCO ISCED 1997] list.)
 
(The tags could be drawn from this [http://www.unesco.org/education/information/nfsunesco/doc/isced_1997.htm UNESCO ISCED 1997] list.)

Revision as of 07:04, 27 May 2009

Here is a possible list of standard tags describing a course:

  • General Programmes
    • Basic programmes
    • Literacy and numeracy
    • Personal development
  • Teacher training and education science
  • Humanities and Arts
    • Arts
    • Humanities
  • Social sciences, business and law
    • Social and behavioural science
    • Journalism and information
    • Business and administration
    • Law
  • Science
    • Life sciences
    • Physical sciences
    • Mathematics and statistics
    • Computing
  • Engineering, manufacturing and construction
    • Engineering and engineering trades
    • Manufacturing and processing
    • Architecture and building
  • Agriculture
    • Agriculture, forestry and fishery
    • Veterinary
  • Health and welfare
    • Health
    • Social services
  • Services
    • Personal services
    • Transport services
    • Environmental protection
    • Security services
  • Not known or unspecified

Total: 34 tags
If we integrate the sub-sub categories, it would go to about 300 tags. In practice it still should be easy to navigate during a search if we integrate them.

(The tags could be drawn from this UNESCO ISCED 1997 list.)