BoK Matching Tool
The BoK Matching Tool (BMT) allows to compare EO4GEO BoK-annotated resources with respect to knowledge and skills and visually discover (dis)similarities.
Resources can be ranked according to best/worst match and detailed statistics can be seen for every individual match.
BoK-annotated resources understood by BMT are any content created by any of the other tools in the EO4GEO tools ecosystem: an educational offer (CDT), a job offer (JOT), an occupational profile (OPT) or an annotated PDF file (BAT).
To register or not to register? All tools are available for viewing and exploring as an anonymous user. However, to create and save your own content, you need to register and join (or create) your organization. You can register in the Login page, either by signing up with a valid email address, or by using your existing gmail account. You join or create your organization in the Organization page from the dropdown menu. User accounts and organizations are shared between all the tools, which means you can use the same user and password for all the tools.
Your created content can be made publicly (for everybody) or privately (only for organization members) visible
Target audiences: All types of audiences.
Examples of use:
- An individual wants to see how his/her CV (in pdf format) matches a certain job offer (created in JOT), whereby the matching knowledge/skills are shown along with useful statistics (e.g., percentage of knowledge/skills he/she possesses that is required for the job, areas of knowledge lacking).
- A university looks for matches between a study programme and the EO4GEO BoK, to see which areas of the EO4GEO BOK the study programme covers.
- A company searches for vocational training courses that complement its staff knowledge or skills.
The EO4GEO BoK tools were developed by the Geospatial Technologies Research Group (GEOTEC) from the University Jaume I, Castellón (Spain) in the context of the EO4GEO project. For more information, CONTACT US.
The EO4GEO BoK tools were developed by the Geospatial Technologies Research Group (GEOTEC) from the University Jaume I, Castellón (Spain) in the context of the EO4GEO project.
For more information, CONTACT US.
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