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Financial Assistance Terms or Concept Scheme #466

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stuartasutton opened this issue Sep 27, 2017 · 47 comments

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@stuartasutton stuartasutton commented Sep 27, 2017

The ceterms:financialAssistance property has a range of a CredentialAlignmentOvject and yet there is no framework referenced? Is this an oversight? Or should the range be rdf:langString?

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@siuc-nate siuc-nate commented Sep 27, 2017

The FinancialAlignmentObject was created to be the thing that financialAssistance points at. It isn't used anywhere else, but it does provide for a framework.

There is no predefined framework/vocabulary on our end - this would be used similarly to industryType, occupationType, and instructionalProgramType, though a bit more loosely. In general the framework would be the type of financial assistance and the target would be some specific area of that assistance (possibly the same URI). It may rely more heavily on the self-contained name and description properties, though.

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@stuartasutton stuartasutton commented Sep 27, 2017

Yup, but it was created by me under the assumption that the finance alignment object would need additional properties unique to it. So far that has not appeared to be the case.

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@stuartasutton stuartasutton commented Sep 27, 2017

Well, yes. That was what I was implying. But in other cases where we have used a alignment object, there was at least one such vocabulary out there. I know of none for categorizing financial aid types.

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@siuc-nate siuc-nate commented Sep 27, 2017

I think the association was looser, perhaps somewhat more comparable to competencies in a PDF. Something like:

{
  "@type": "ceterms:FinancialAlignmentObject",
  "ceterms:frameworkName": "National financial aid",
  "ceterms:framework": "http://someurl.com",
  "ceterms:targetNodeName": "Tuition assistance",
  "ceterms:targetNodeDescription": "Provides financial aid etc etc.",
  "ceterms:targetNode": "http://someurl.com/tuitionassistance"
}

We wanted to account for cases where links were or were not available while also allowing a more refined description of the aid if needed, so the structure and properties of AlignmentObject was a good fit.

I could see replacing the property's range with a range of xsd:anyURI and making it a subclass of ceterms:subjectWebpage, but that might be too limiting.

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@stuartasutton stuartasutton commented Sep 28, 2017

Nate my problem is with: "so the structure and properties of AlignmentObject was a good fit". My response continues to be "so what". AlignmentObject (and any subtype of it) has a meaning that is controlling; and, that meaning is that there is a framework referenced. If there is no framework on the other end, use of AlignmentObject and its subtypes is inappropriate.

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@stuartasutton stuartasutton commented Sep 28, 2017

Given that in the absence of any defined classifications | category lists | enumerations for types of financial assistance, use of any derivative of AlignmentObject would be definitionally inappropriate.

We could create a ceterms:FianancialAssistantClassification type and and declare it the CER Target Scheme of ceterms:financialAssistance (see ceterms:industryType and ceterms:IndustryClassification as property and class templates). For those cases where there is no suitable instance of ceterms:FianancialAssistantClassification, then the solution is not to put what is nothing more than a literal in a CredentialAlignmentObject but rather to also have a literal option.

Add

URI: ceterms:FinancialAssistanceClassification
Label: Financial Assistance Classification
Definition: Class of concept schemes defining types of financial assistance.
Type of Term: rdf:Class
Subclass Of: ceterms:CredentialFramework

Add

URI: ceterms:financialAssistanceDescription
Label: Financial Assistance
Definition: Types of financial assistance for a qualified credential, learning opportunity or assessment.
Type of Term: rdf:Property
Range Includes: rdf:langString

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@siuc-nate siuc-nate commented Sep 28, 2017

There may well exist such categories/etc., but I'm not familiar enough to list them. @jkitchensSIUC can probably list some, since they're relevant to some of our other projects here.

Also, would this relate to DefinedTerm and DefinedTerm set somehow?

Somewhat of a side issue, but: as for the description property and how your approach relates to our solution for industryType and occupationType and instructionalProgramType, would we need an "industryTypeDescription" (and so on for the other properties) too? Note that in the editor we have, for some time now, enabled additional industries/occupations to be entered and have been merging them in with industryType/occupationType while publishing, even though they don't refer to any framework and are just text.

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@stuartasutton stuartasutton commented Sep 28, 2017

Well, I was not aware you were doing that with the editor or using the CredentialAlignmentObject in that manner, Nate. We've discussed CredentialAlignmentObject not being used as a convenient data structure in the absence of a framework so many times I've lost count. In essence, no framework, no use. So my answer if "yes", if they're just entering text without a framework to back it up, then there needs to be a property defined with a range of rdf:langString to capture that data. But before doing anything, do we have any idea how many instances there are of CredentialAlignmentObect being used in this manner?

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@siuc-nate siuc-nate commented Sep 28, 2017

That would be a question that @cwd-mparsons can probably answer. The thing is, sometimes there is a framework, and sometimes there isn't (i.e., a non-NAICS industry framework, maybe). But for this particular case, having such properties might make more sense.

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@cwd-mparsons cwd-mparsons commented Sep 28, 2017

For 'other' entries, there are 112 industries, 83 occupations, and 1 instructional program.

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@stuartasutton stuartasutton commented Sep 29, 2017

Sorry, Michael, I didn’t make myself clear. So the only places where we have, with the editor, saved literals to the CredentialAlighnmentObject are with industries, occupations, and instructional program types.

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@stuartasutton stuartasutton commented Sep 29, 2017

Nate, I want to return to your example above (reproduced below) and discuss a couple of issues. I know the data in the example is fictitious, but let's assume it is real.

{
  "@type": "ceterms:FinancialAlignmentObject",
  "ceterms:frameworkName": "National financial aid",
  "ceterms:framework": "http://someurl.com",
  "ceterms:targetNodeName": "Tuition assistance",
  "ceterms:targetNodeDescription": "Provides financial aid etc etc.",
  "ceterms:targetNode": "http://someurl.com/tuitionassistance"
}

This, in fact, assumes that there IS a framework (it has a URI, it has node URIs etc). This is a legitimate use of CredentialAlignmentObject since these fictitious URIrefs would actually resolve to some data. I thought the problem here was the result of not having an actual framework to reference and wanting to provide a text value. No?

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@siuc-nate siuc-nate commented Sep 29, 2017

I guess my thinking goes like this:

  • Sometimes you have a competency/framework with a URI; sometimes you don't. In either case, use of CredentialAlignmentObject allows conveying as much data as you have available about 1-n competencies.
  • Sometimes you have a financial aid resource/particular resource within that resource with a URI; sometimes you don't. In either case, use of CredentialAlignmentObject allows conveying as much data as you have available about 1-n financial aid resources.
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@stuartasutton stuartasutton commented Sep 29, 2017

NOTHING says the framework has to have a URI. The question is whether the text you want to include comes from an articulated framework. It either does or it doesn't. If it doesn't, then it's just plain text and a property with a range of rdf:langString will do it.

I'm going to give up on arguing AlignmentObject as a semantic unit and give in to a view that it's just a convenient data structure. I've explained the problem countless times and we always end up in this same place.

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@siuc-nate siuc-nate commented Sep 29, 2017

Apologies, I didn't mean to imply that the framework will always have a URI. My intent was to be able to cover cases where it does, as well as cases where it doesn't. The convenient data structure of the alignment object also enables recording more than one instance of something, whereas a single literal/string property may only allow providing one item, or may make it difficult to relate the name of a financial assistance resource to a description of it.

I do understand the definition of the object doesn't fit - perhaps we should do something about that instead?

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@stuartasutton stuartasutton commented Sep 29, 2017

Can you show me an instance of an AlignmentObject that records more than one instance of something. Not sure what that means.

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@siuc-nate siuc-nate commented Sep 29, 2017

Sorry, again - I meant that you would use multiple objects to tie the data together, as opposed to using just properties. In other words:

"ceterms:financialAssistance": [
  {
    "@type": "ceterms:FinancialAlignmentObject",
    "ceterms:targetNodeName": "The name of the financial assistance",
    "ceterms:targetNodeDescription": "This describes a financial assistance for something."
  },
  {
    "@type": "ceterms:FinancialAlignmentObject",
    "cterms:frameworkName": "Some Framework",
    "ceterms:framework": "http://someframework.com",
    "ceterms:targetNodeName": "The title of some financial assistance",
    "ceterms:targetNodeDescription": "This is a description of the financial assistance."
  },
]

versus something like

"ceterms:financialAssistanceName": [ 
  "The name of the financial assistance", 
  "The title of some financial assistance"
],
"ceterms:financialAssistanceDescription": [ 
  "This describes a financial assistance for something.", 
  "This is a description of the financial assistance."
],
"ceterms:financialAssistanceFrameworkName": [
  "Some Framework"
],
"ceterms:financialAssistanceFramework": [
  "http://someframework.com"
]

If all you use are properties, you can't group information together.

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@stuartasutton stuartasutton commented Oct 4, 2017

OK @siuc-nate & @jkitchensSIUC, I think we may be barking up the wrong tree with this one.

On yesterday's team call (2017-10-03), Nate and I talked about using something like schema.org Intangible for this purpose of handling financial assistance information. But should we perhaps be looking at a FinancialAssistanceProfile that covers grants, work-study opportunities, scholarships, and loan programs? At least in the U.S., such financial assistance is a key component and concern to learning opportunities and, therefore, to credentialing. For example, see my local community college's: (1) aid homepage; and (2) aid program types page. See also the similar subjectWebpage for Stanford and for financial aid for its Law School JD.

I would assume that we might have the same profile/manifest type situation as we have with costs and conditions.

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@stuartasutton stuartasutton commented Oct 4, 2017

Following through on that thought, we would:

  1. Deprecate the FinancialAlignmentObject;
  2. Create a new FinancialAssistanceProfile (and a FinancialAssistanceManifest?);
  3. Change the range of financialAssistance to both FinancialAssistanceProfile and FinancialAssistanceManifest; and
  4. Develop a minimal set of properties for FinancialAssistanceProfile and FinancialAssistanceManifest.
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@siuc-nate siuc-nate commented Feb 20, 2018

@stuartasutton can you provide an example of the properties/structure of such a FinancialAssistanceProfile?

For the record, the reason we had used AlignmentObject for this was so that we wouldn't need to schematize the various ways in which financial assistance can be structured - we just wanted to point to it. This saves a lot of complexity, and ensures we don't miss something important since none of us are experts in this field.

I really don't think we want to get into trying to define a schema for financial assistance (as a standalone entity), much less take the extra step of creating a manifest for it.

Descriptions of financial assistance can take whole websites - let those do their job, let us just reference them. Let's not reinvent the wheel.

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@stuartasutton stuartasutton commented Feb 21, 2018

@siuc-nate & @jkitchensSIUC , this thread is so convoluted that it's not worth much. Let's go back to the top where I asked a quite simple question:

The ceterms:financialAssistance property has a range of a CredentialAlignmentObject and yet there is no framework referenced? Is this an oversight? Or should the range be rdf:langString?

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@siuc-nate siuc-nate commented Feb 22, 2018

It is the detail that I am trying to avoid - it has been a slippery slope we have fallen down many times in the past. My hope is that by setting up a generic reference object, we prevent ourselves from sliding down that slope, because any type-specific properties wouldn't make sense to put in a generic reference class.

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@siuc-nate siuc-nate commented Mar 23, 2018

Per our 3/23/2018 call:

  • Create a FinancialAssistanceProfile with these properties:
    • Name
    • Description
    • Subject Webpage
  • Deprecate FinancialAlignmentObject
  • Change the range of financialAssistance from FinancialAlignmentObject to FinancialAssistanceProfile
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@siuc-nate siuc-nate commented Apr 11, 2018

These changes have been made in pending CTDL and noted in the history tracking.

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@stuartasutton stuartasutton commented Apr 15, 2018

In the pending release (http://credreg.net/ctdl/release?releaseID=20180427) under "Mapping Changes Implemented in this Release", there is an entry for ceterms:FinancialAssistanceProfile. Included in the changes to properties in this class, the release lists "addition: ceterms:FinancialAlignmentObject". Since ceterms:FinancialAlignmentObject is deprecated in this Release, how can it be "added" to ceterms:FinancialAssistanceProfile. (see #466 (comment)

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@cwd-mparsons cwd-mparsons commented Jul 2, 2019

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Stuart, I had a request to add financial assistance to the bulk upload. Upon reviewing the editor and the API, I saw that they were still using the financial alignment object.
I want to confirm that I should:

  • add the financial assistance profile to the editor, and API
  • convert existing FAO (20ish) to FAP
  • republish
  • remove all references to FAO
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@stuartasutton stuartasutton commented Jul 2, 2019

The FinancialAlignmentObject was removed long ago. First, who asked for the FinancialAssistanceProfile to be added to the API? It's a very skeletal entity and should be further fleshed out.

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@cwd-mparsons cwd-mparsons commented Jul 2, 2019

Jeff Gran raised the request. The source is to be able to publish info about financial assistance for veterans.

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@jeff-grann jeff-grann commented Jul 16, 2019

Yes, this came up during the Indiana Appathon. A participant asked about searching for credentials eligible GI Bill veteran benefits. Discussion with the Higher Education Advisory Board confirmed support for this use case and provided several helpful considerations for the solution design. Specifically, they advised to prioritize the most helpful information for particular users and connecting to a trusted federal source for this information. Subsequent investigation identified the US Department of Veterans Affairs GI Bill Comparison Tool https://www.va.gov/gi-bill-comparison-tool as an authoritative federal source aggregating key information concerning the eligibility of credentials for veteran financial assistance. The data for this tool are made available for download in Excel format and updated quarterly. These data are described via a Data Dictionary worksheet, a Data Sources worksheet, and via a descriptive webpage.

To support this work, I propose we extend CTDL’s Financial Assistance Profile to support a new MilitaryIndicator concept scheme defined as “Types of officially defined indicators pertinent to military populations.” This concept scheme should have 2 specific concepts

  1. Add concept DOD Memorandum of Understanding for Tuition Assistance defined as “Educational institutions that have signed the revised DoD Voluntary Education Partnership MOU”. Source codes originate on the TA Decide webpage. (n = 2,216 institutions)

  2. Add concept Yellow Ribbon defined as “Institutional participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program”. Source codes originate on the VA annual yellow ribbon webpage. (n=2,751 institutions)

BTW: Because financial assistance is a large domain, we should consider if the approach we adopt for military indicators will scale well in the future (such as for Pell Grant eligibility).

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@siuc-nate siuc-nate commented Jul 23, 2019

I'm on board with using a concept scheme to indicate financial assistance type, but I would do it at a broader level to cover cases beyond the military use case.

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@siuc-nate siuc-nate commented Jul 23, 2019

Explore:
https://ceds.ed.gov/domainEntitySchema.aspx
Postsecondary -> PS Student -> Financial Aid

We could create a concept scheme from a combination of Financial Aid Award Type and Financial Aid Veteran's Benefit Type, as a basis.
https://ceds.ed.gov/CEDSElementDetails.aspx?TermxTopicId=37749
https://ceds.ed.gov/CEDSElementDetails.aspx?TermxTopicId=41080

@jkitchensSIUC jkitchensSIUC changed the title Is there a financial assistance vocabulary Financial Assistance Terms or Concept Scheme Aug 20, 2019
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@siuc-nate siuc-nate commented Aug 20, 2019

Per our 8-20-2019 meeting:

  • Create a concept scheme:

URI: ceterms:FinancialAssistance
Label: Financial Assistance
Definition: Types of financial assistance.

  • Create top-level concepts:

URI: financialAid:General
Label: General Financial Assistance
Definition: Generally-available financial assistance.

URI: financialAid:Veteran
Label: Veteran Financial Assistance
Definition: Financial assistance available to veterans.

URI: financialAid:Illinois
Label: Illinois Financial Assistance
Definition: Financial assistance applicable within the state of Illinois.

  • Create concepts for that scheme, based on the two CEDS vocabularies identified above. If needed, the skos:definition would be identical to the label unless otherwise identified:

URI: financialAid:PellGrant
Label: Pell Grant
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#PellGrants
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:OtherFederalGrant
Label: Other Federal Grant
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#OtherFederalGrants
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:StateLocalGrant
Label: State or Local Grant
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#StateAndLocalGrants
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:InstitutionalGrant
Label: Institutional Grant
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#InstitutionalGrants
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:PrivateGrant
Label: Private Grant
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#PrivateGrants
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:OtherGrant
Label: Other Grant
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#OtherGrants
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:Assistantship
Label: Assistantship
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#Assistantships
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:FederalScholarship
Label: Federal Scholarship
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#FederalScholarships
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:StateLocalScholarship
Label: State or Local Scholarship
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#StateAndLocalScholarships
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:InstitutionalScholarship
Label: Institutional Scholarship
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#InstitutionalScholarships
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:PrivateScholarship
Label: Private Scholarship
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#PrivateScholarships
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:OtherScholarship
Label: Other Scholarship
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#OtherScholarships
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:FederalSubsidizedLoan
Label: Federal Subsidized Loan
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#FederalSubsidizedLoans
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:FederalUnsubsidizedLoan
Label: Federal Unsubsidized Loan
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#FederalUnsubsidizedLoans
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:PrivateLoan
Label: Private Loan
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#PrivateLoans
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:StateLoan
Label: State Loan
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#StateLoans
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:Institutional
Label: Institutional Loan
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#InstitutionalLoans
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:ParentPLUSLoan
Label: Parent PLUS Loan
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#ParentPLUSLoans
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:OtherLoan
Label: Other Loan
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#OtherLoans
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:StateWork
Label: State Work
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#StateWork
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:FederalWorkStudy
Label: Federal Work Study
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#FederalWorkStudy
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:OtherOnCampusWork
Label: Other On-Campus Work
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113/#OtherOnCampusWork
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:Post911GIBill
Label: Post 9-11 GI Bill
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/001610/#Post911GIBill
Broader: financialAid:Veteran

URI: financialAid:DoDTuitionAssistance
Label: Department of Defense Tuition Assistance
Exact Match: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/001610/#DODTuitionAssistance
Broader: financialAid:Veteran

Terms that fall under the Illinois concept are to be determined.

It may also be worth creating the Illinois top-level term as part of a profile of CTDL specific to its use case rather than as part of core CTDL.

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@siuc-nate siuc-nate commented Aug 29, 2019

In our lengthy discussion, I think we missed needing to create a property on FinancialAssistanceProfile to reference the vocabulary above.

Something like this may make sense:

URI: ceterms:financialAssistanceType
Label: Financial Assistance Type
Definition: Type of financial assistance; select from an existing enumeration of such types.
Domain: ceterms:FinancialAssistanceProfile
Range: ceterms:CredentialAlignmentObject

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@stuartasutton stuartasutton commented Aug 29, 2019

Yes, we missed that. Definition looks good.

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@cwd-mparsons cwd-mparsons commented Sep 24, 2019

From Nate
I suggest we move forward without the Illinois category for now. We can either add it later (when we have some things to put into it) or add it as a CTDL profile that is state-specific rather than to CTDL proper. Either way, that will likely require more time/discussion than the main set of CEDS-based terms.

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@siuc-nate siuc-nate commented Sep 24, 2019

Thanks, Mike - I removed that comment from the other issue.

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@siuc-nate siuc-nate commented Oct 8, 2019

Per our 10-8-2019 meeting:
Changes:

  • Create a property to point to the concepts:

URI: ceterms:financialAssistanceType
Label: Financial Assistance Type
Definition: Type of financial assistance; select from an existing enumeration of such types.
Domain: ceterms:FinancialAssistanceProfile
Range: ceterms:CredentialAlignmentObject

  • Create a concept scheme:

URI: ceterms:FinancialAssistance
Label: Financial Assistance
Definition: Types of financial assistance.

  • Create top-level concepts:

URI: financialAid:General
Label: General Financial Assistance
Definition: Generally-available financial assistance.
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113

URI: financialAid:Veteran
Label: Veteran Financial Assistance
Definition: Financial assistance available to veterans.
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/001610

  • Create concepts for that scheme, based on the two CEDS vocabularies identified above. If needed, the skos:definition would be identical to the label unless otherwise identified:

URI: financialAid:PellGrant
Label: Pell Grant
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#PellGrants
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:OtherFederalGrant
Label: Other Federal Grant
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#OtherFederalGrants
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:StateLocalGrant
Label: State or Local Grant
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#StateAndLocalGrants
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:InstitutionalGrant
Label: Institutional Grant
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#InstitutionalGrants
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:PrivateGrant
Label: Private Grant
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#PrivateGrants
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:OtherGrant
Label: Other Grant
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#OtherGrants
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:Assistantship
Label: Assistantship
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#Assistantships
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:FederalScholarship
Label: Federal Scholarship
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#FederalScholarships
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:StateLocalScholarship
Label: State or Local Scholarship
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#StateAndLocalScholarships
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:InstitutionalScholarship
Label: Institutional Scholarship
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#InstitutionalScholarships
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:PrivateScholarship
Label: Private Scholarship
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#PrivateScholarships
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:OtherScholarship
Label: Other Scholarship
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#OtherScholarships
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:FederalSubsidizedLoan
Label: Federal Subsidized Loan
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#FederalSubsidizedLoans
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:FederalUnsubsidizedLoan
Label: Federal Unsubsidized Loan
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#FederalUnsubsidizedLoans
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:PrivateLoan
Label: Private Loan
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#PrivateLoans
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:StateLoan
Label: State Loan
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#StateLoans
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:InstitutionalLoan
Label: Institutional Loan
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#InstitutionalLoans
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:ParentPLUSLoan
Label: Parent PLUS Loan
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#ParentPLUSLoans
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:OtherLoan
Label: Other Loan
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#OtherLoans
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:StateWork
Label: State Work
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#StateWork
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:FederalWorkStudy
Label: Federal Work Study
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#FederalWorkStudy
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:OtherOnCampusWork
Label: Other On-Campus Work
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000113#OtherOnCampusWork
Broader: financialAid:General

URI: financialAid:Post911GIBill
Label: Post 9-11 GI Bill
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/001610#Post911GIBill
Broader: financialAid:Veteran

URI: financialAid:DoDTuitionAssistance
Label: Department of Defense Tuition Assistance
Equivalent To: https://ceds.ed.gov/element/001610#DODTuitionAssistance
Broader: financialAid:Veteran

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@siuc-nate siuc-nate commented Oct 11, 2019

These changes have been made in pending CTDL and noted in the history tracking.

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