|Title:||Problem-Solved: Metadata Explorations vs. Metadata Education|
Many who come to metadata think of it as problem-solving, and they are not wrong. However, solving the immediate organizational and representational concern may introduce new problems for the designers and engineers of such systems. Metadata education is about moving design and implementation of metadata out of the problem-solving zone and into a realm of expertise. In order to do this, metadata education needs to consider time, domains, context, interoperability, and ethics. In this brief talk, I cover how we think about curriculum related to metadata that moves it from problem-solving to problem solved.