Metadata Trainers: Amy Budge
Introductory, overview classes can be conducted for a large audience and usually last 3/4 to a full day.
"Hands-on" workshops are usually 1 1/2 days, but can be trimmed to 1 day. Size of class is limited to 12 people.
Workshops can be tailored to an individual's or organization's needs, such as metadata tools, types of data sets, etc.
- Travel costs and personnel time are the responsibility of the
attendee. A nominal workshop fee is usually charged to cover the cost
of materials. Most workshops are conducted at facilities that donate
the space and equipment. Some workshops can be conducted onsite to save
travel costs for attendees.
NOAA ArcView Metadata Collector
Others on request.
Lead/NM Office of the State Engineer/Santa Fe, NM/June 14, 2001 Lead/Southwestern
Indian Polytechnic Institute/Albuquerque, NM/November 5, 2001
Lead/Colorado Dept of Natural Resources/Ft. Collins, CO/January 8, 1998
Lead/State Historic Preservation Offices/Albuquerque, NM/January 14-15, 1998
Lead/Arizona State Agencies/Phoenix, AZ/January 20-21, 1998
Lead/New Mexico Geographic Information Council/Albuquerque, NM/April 16, 1998
Lead/NM Natural Heritage Program/Albuquerque, NM/December 15-16, 1998
Lead/E-911 County Officials/Albuquerque, NM/July 22, 1999
Team member/National Park Service/Grants, NM/August 17-18, 1999
Lead/Counties and small towns/Farmington, NM/March 28-29, 2000
Lead/Counties and small towns/Albuquerque, NM/April 4-5, 2000
Lead/Counties and small towns/Las Cruces, NM/May 17-18, 2000
Lead/Counties and small towns/Albuquerque, NM/August 8-9, 2000
Lead/US Forest Service/Albuquerque, NM/August 15-16, 2000
Rocky Mountain West
Bandelier West, Room 111
Albuquerque, NM 87131-6031
organization: Earth Data Analysis Center, University of New Mexico
phone: 505.277.3622 ext 231