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Getting the most out of metadata

Training: Getting the Most Out of Metadata Presented by: Remote Sensing & Geographic Information Science, Michigan State University, Justin Booth 2007 FGDC CAP Project, Category 1: FGDC-Endorsed Standards Implementation Assistance and Outreach Conference: 12th Annual Michigan Counties' GIS Conference Location: Boyne Mountain, Michigan

What
  • Conference
  • Training
  • Standards
When Sep 13, 2007
from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Where Boyne Mountain, Michigan
Contact Name
Contact Phone (517)432-0446
Attendees Michigan Counties Association of Mapping Professionals
Conference Attendees
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Metadata is descriptive information about your geospatial data. It is a reinvestment in an organization’s data that facilitates easy manipulation and limits data redundancy. Adherence to robust metadata standards increases the potential for easy searching and sharing of geospatial data within and between organizations, resulting in a net cost savings to all. Metadata is a collective effort, so it is imperative that data producers at all levels - including county governments - adopt and adhere to consistent standards. This teaching session will focus on best practices for creation, implementation, and exploitation of metadata that complies with FGDC-endorsed standards. It will include practical tools, techniques, and strategies for both creating and searching metadata.

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