Bo Wandschneider



  • 2004-04-06
    This presentation outlines the types of microdata files. It also discusses which microdata file to use, as well as, providing services for synthetic files. (Note: Data associated with this presentation is available on the DLI FTP site under folder 1873-215.)
    Ontario DLI Training, Queen's University, Kingston, ON

  • 2005-12-08
    This presentation introduces what CANDDI is and what it can do for professionals working with Canadian data. Currently CANDDI is still establishing itself, putting together meetings and training sessions. Through discussion five working groups for CANDDI were created: Logistics/Coordinating-Steering Group, Canadian DDI Tag Working Group, Control Vocabulary/Thesaurus Coordination Group, Quality Control and Education/Training. DINO December 2005, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON

  • 2005-04-14
    This presentation offers a vision of tomorrow's data services and attempts to bring the visioning down to a local level. This is done by using the University of Guelph's Data Resource Centre (DRC) as an example.
    CAPDU/DLI Ontario Training, Queen's University, Kingston, ON

  • 2007-01-09
    This presentation explores the hurdles the Scholars Portal Metadata Project is facing and the current situation. The hurdles are access, use and standards. Looking forward the project will now focus on recognizing needs and building on the Scholars Portal model. The presentation also makes a case for adopting metadata standards and establishing a centralized data extraction/analysis system. DINO, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON

  • 2007-01-10
    This presentation outlines the importance of Federated Identity Management in handling user access and credentials. The current CIMF (Canadian Identity Management Federation) is working on establishing more Identity Provider servers and will be completed by the end of May, 2007. DINO 2007, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON