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INTRODUCTION TO METADATA WORKSHOPS

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?

What
  • Training
When Dec 06, 2006 08:00 AM to
Dec 07, 2006 12:00 PM
Where Flagstaff, AZ, NAU campus
Contact Name
Contact Phone 928-556-7466 X225
Attendees Tribal members who use, develop, or manage geographic information systems (GIS) and spatial data. This may include managers, scientists, or technicians from local, county, tribal, university, federal or state agencies. The workshops are developed for people who have beginning to intermediate GIS experience.
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These 1 & 2 day metadata workshops provide an introduction to workshop the Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) metadata standard, Content Standard for Digital Geospatial Metadata (CSDGM) and the National Biological Inventory Infrastructure (NBII) extension of the biological data profile (BDP). Each participant will have opportunity for hands-on metadata creation and receive a workshop materials packet including the FGDC Metadata standard and BDP profile Workbook. The workshop format will include both lecture and hands-on metadata creation. A computer facility is provided

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