SCAM is a content archive management system, developed under the supervision of the KMR group, in cooperation with the Swedish National Agency for Education (Skolverket) and Uppsala Learning Lab. It can be used as a web-based portfolio system or as an interoperable content archive.
SCAM is entirely implemented in Java using the J2EE architecture as its backbone and use RDF as the metadata representation format. Standards include for example Dublin Core and IEEE LOM for metadata, and IMS Content Packaging for structural information.
SHAME is a framework for developing RDF based metadata editors.
They are using Jena.