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Event January 16, 2007 FGDC Coordination Group Meeting (National Capital Planning Commission, Washington, D.C., from Jan 16, 2007 09:00 AM to Jan 16, 2007 11:45 AM)
 
Topics include: Introduction and Logistics What's in your notebook? What's Metadata? What does good metadata look like? The importance of sharing your good metadata What you need to know about the FGDC Metadata Standard and BDP Extension All about the Green Book How do you write good metadata? Tools that will help you write good metadata Using the Clearinghouse and Geospatial One-Stop Where do you go from here?
 
Topics include: Introduction and Logistics What's in your notebook? What's Metadata? What does good metadata look like? The importance of sharing your good metadata What you need to know about the FGDC Metadata Standard and BDP Extension All about the Green Book How do you write good metadata? Tools that will help you write good metadata Using the Clearinghouse and Geospatial One-Stop Where do you go from here?
Event December 5, 2006 FGDC Coordination Group Meeting (National Capital Planning Commission, Washington D.C., from Dec 05, 2006 09:00 AM to Dec 05, 2006 12:00 PM)
 
Event November 14, 2006 FGDC Coordination Group Meeting (National Capital Planning Commission, Washington D.C., from Nov 14, 2006 09:00 AM to Nov 14, 2006 12:00 PM)
 
the theme of GSDI-9 is "Spatial Information: Tool for Reducing Poverty."
 
Event October 11, 2006 FGDC Coordination Group Meeting (National Capital Planning Commission, Washington D.C., from Oct 11, 2006 09:00 AM to Oct 11, 2006 11:00 AM)
 
 
You are invited to a BLM Public Open House to learn how to use the BLM's Land and Mineral Use Records systems including the National Integrated Land Systems' (NILS) GeoCommunicator, and BLM's Legacy Rehost LR2000. This Open House will benefit energy, title, utility, education, mining, planning, and environmental users. Live Demonstrations will be given on BLM's NILS GeoCommunicator and LR2000 systems, as well as a Question & Answer period and hand's-on practice and training from the experts!
A one-day class that includes a metadata writing overview plus hands-on use of ESRI's ArcCatalog software, followed the next afternoon by a workshop where students can create metadata records from their own data sets or map files.
Event September 12, 2006 FGDC Coordination Group Meeting (National Capital Planning Commission, Washington D.C., from Sep 12, 2006 09:00 AM to Sep 12, 2006 11:30 AM)
 
Metadata records help preserve the usefulness of data over time by detailing methods for data collection and data set creation. These standardized records greatly minimize duplication of effort in the collection of expensive digital data, and foster sharing of digital data resources through Clearinghouses and websites. This 1 ½ day workshop provides an introduction to the Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) Content Standard for Digital Geospatial Metadata and the NBII Biological Data Profile, as well as metadata development tools, strategies for production, and clearinghouses. The Biological Profile encompasses the entire geospatial metadata standard and includes additional elements to describe taxonomy, methods, and analytical tools (such as models). Demonstrations and hands-on practice producing documentation for a sample data set will be done using Metavist software.
5th Annual International Conference and Exhibition on Geographical Information Technology and Applications
 
Part 1: Morning session is designed to provide guidance on creating and publishing metadata. Part 2: We are all really busy which usually leads to not doing metadata. The afternoon session is designed to give you a chance to get out of the office, away from the phone, and complete that one nagging task you have been putting off; METADATA!!!! AGIO staff will be available to answer questions as you work on documenting your datasets. A limited number of laptops will be available. Date: July 18, 2006--- Second class on July 19, 2006 (Due to demand) Location: AGIO- 124 West Capitol, Suite 990 Little Rock Agenda: 9:30 - 10:30: Learning how to create metadata within ArcCatalog 10:30- 10:45: Break 10:45- 11:30: Relationship between metadata and GeoStor search, find, and discover (tips and tricks to make sure your data is found) 11:30- 1:30: Lunch 1:30 - 4:30: Create your metadata. Bring your datasets (laptops if you have one) with you and AGIO staff will help you create metadata for your datasets.
Part 1: Morning session is designed to provide guidance on creating and publishing metadata. Part 2: We are all really busy which usually leads to not doing metadata. The afternoon session is designed to give you a chance to get out of the office, away from the phone, and complete that one nagging task you have been putting off; METADATA!!!! AGIO staff will be available to answer questions as you work on documenting your datasets. A limited number of laptops will be available. Date: July 18, 2006--- Second class on July 19, 2006 (Due to demand) Location: AGIO- 124 West Capitol, Suite 990 Little Rock Agenda: 9:30 - 10:30: Learning how to create metadata within ArcCatalog 10:30- 10:45: Break 10:45- 11:30: Relationship between metadata and GeoStor search, find, and discover (tips and tricks to make sure your data is found) 11:30- 1:30: Lunch 1:30 - 4:30: Create your metadata. Bring your datasets (laptops if you have one) with you and AGIO staff will help you create metadata for your datasets.
A 3 hour workshop for USGS Liaisons that provides an overview of geospatial metadata and key points for engaging stakeholders in metadata implementation and publication.
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