shrug-l: Metadata literature question

Nonie Castro nonie_castro at coxtarget.com
Wed Apr 11 09:51:45 EDT 2007


Here's a link to a white paper that seems pretty good: 
http://www.esri.com/library/whitepapers/pdfs/metadata-and-gis.pdf
 
Plus - there's quite a few links in your ArcGIS Desktop Help that might
be useful. 


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Heather
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	I am creating a metadata class for Seminole County users and
have had LOTS of fun wading through the legalese of the FDGC standards.
:) I finally got the standards and keyword thesaurus done and am
creating the class. However, I am having trouble finding ANY literature
on metadata to use as source material other than the aforesaid legalese,
the excellent example of the SJRWMD metadata, and a PowerPoint from
someone within our county. I did not see anything on the ESRI site
(maybe I missed something?) Can anyone refer me to any published
metadata instruction other than the FDGC standards, especially more
examples of practical application of FDGC standards?

	Thanks, 
	Heather Wolfe
	Sr. GIS Analyst, Planning & Development
	Seminole County Government
	1101 E. First St.
	Sanford, FL 32771
	
	Office 407-665-7378
	Fax 407-665-7412
	HWolfe at seminolecountyfl.gov
	www.seminolecountyfl.gov <file://www.seminolecountyfl.gov> 
	


	 
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