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WLIA welcomes you to the 33rd Annual Conference at the Marriott Madison West, in Middleton, Wisconsin, February 19-21, 2020. 
Wednesday, February 19 • 9:30am - 12:30pm
Geospatial Metadata

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Metadata is an important component of the data management life cycle for geospatial content. Organizations that create geospatial data can include metadata as a benefit to their own internal data management practices and to help users discover and understand relevant data online. This ‘metadata basics’ workshop will: (1) introduce and define geospatial metadata schemas and standards; (2) describe the internal and external benefits of metadata to organizations who create geospatial data; (3) illustrate how metadata impacts the online discovery experience for users; (4) discuss recommended data management practices including file naming, attribute field names and definitions, versioning, and controlled vocabularies; (5) provide advice and best practices for using ESRI’s ArcCatalog to author geospatial metadata; and (6) offer tips for publishing metadata in ESRI ArcGIS Hub (Open Data) sites.

Speakers
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Jaime Martindale

Map and Geospatial Data Librarian, Department of Geography - Robinson Map Library
Jaime has been the Map & Geospatial Data Librarian at the Robinson Map Library since November 2003. Jaime is responsible for assisting with discovery and access to all library collections including maps, aerial photos, and digital geospatial data
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Jim Lacy

Associate State Cartographer, UW-Madison - Department of Geography
Jim Lacy joined the SCO in 2004 as the Associate State Cartographer. He provides technical and managerial leadership for projects in the SCO Office, and frequently answers public inquiries on mapping-related topics. In addition, he coordinates many print and Web publications.


Wednesday February 19, 2020 9:30am - 12:30pm
Salon B

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