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Targeting Metadata Training. CAP Kick-Off September 2004 Denver, Colorado. Agenda. Major Considerations Audience Workshop level Time frame Content Format “The Business of Training” Logistics Materials Finances. Metadata Training Development- it’s not a sequential process.

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Targeting metadata training

Targeting Metadata Training

CAP Kick-Off

September 2004

Denver, Colorado


Agenda

Agenda

  • Major Considerations

    • Audience

    • Workshop level

    • Time frame

    • Content

    • Format

  • “The Business of Training”

    • Logistics

    • Materials

    • Finances


Metadata training development it s not a sequential process

Metadata Training Development- it’s not a sequential process


Audience analysis formal

Audience Analysis- Formal

  • Via email survey/questionnaire or telephone interview with workshop host or participants.

  • Gain insight on participants

    • Organizational role: management, gis analyst, librarian, field scientist, etc.

    • Metadata experience

    • Variable levels of expertise

  • Allows pre-workshop preparation

    • Software

    • Establish link with audience- making it personal

    • Special needs


Audience analysis informal

Audience Analysis- Informal

  • Implement “ice-breaker” to gain insight during introduction portion of workshop

    • Working in pairs, gain information to introduce your partner and discuss your major metadata issues.

    • During introduction- the partner introduces the other participant and the participant’s metadata issue.


Workshop level metadata experience

Workshop Level: Metadata Experience

  • Introductory Workshop-

    • No experience

    • Read metadata

    • Familiar with CSDGM

  • Intermediate Workshop

    • Uses metadata for data management

    • Writes/creates metadata

    • Uses MP

  • Advanced Workshop

    • Produces and manages metadata

  • Custom Workshop

    • Metadata implementation as part of data management


Time frame examples

Time Frame examples

  • Hour or less

    • Lecture

    • Exercises

  • Half-day

    • Lecture

    • Exercises

      • Hardcopy template

  • One-day

    • Lecture

    • Exercises

      • Hardcopy template or computer-based training

  • Two or more days


Content

Content

  • Through survey or discussions with training host determine content for the workshop

  • Homogeneous group?, fairly simple… but…

  • Mixed crowd?

    • Schedule “big picture” content early, allowing managerial types to attend after morning break.

    • Pre-workshop seminar for managers.

      • Immediately preceding or

      • Sufficient lead time to recruit trainees

      • Wrap-up session with trainees to discuss implementation issues.


Content on target training exercise

Content- “On Target Training” Exercise

  • Time Frame – 5 minutes to compose your thoughts. 15 minutes for discussion of sample concepts.

  • Using color coded index cards share a metadata concept that you feel meets the following categories for a metadata creator workshop. There are no wrong answers.

    • Must Know- yellow card

    • Should Know- green card

    • Could Know- blue card


Format

Format

  • Lecture

    • Large groups

    • Computer facility not available

  • Lecture and exercises

    • Medium groups

  • Lecture and application/tool

    • Smaller groups: 1 trainer/15 participants.


Lesson plan s

Lesson Plan(s)

  • Compose workshop based on Audience Analysis

    • Level of experience

    • Content

    • Format

      • Plan ahead for supporting materials

        • LCD and Laptop

        • Easels and pad

        • Slide projector

        • VCR


Logistics

Logistics

  • Facility

    • University

    • Cooperator / partner

    • Rental

  • Material reproduction

    • Hardcopy

    • Digital copy


Materials

Materials

  • FGDC.gov/metadata

  • NOAA/FGDC core metadata materials

  • www.nbii.gov


Finances

Finances

  • Alliances-

    • Universities

    • Governmental

    • Professional


Fitting the pieces together

Fitting the pieces together

  • Discussion:


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