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Description: Module 3: Contextual Details (needed to make data meaningful), Best Practices for Biomedical Research Data Management. This module explores what metadata is, why it is important, what goes into creating metadata, and talk a little about how it is created and shared.

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Module 3: Contextual Details This module covers contextual details to make data meaningful (or metadata), what metadata is, why it is important, what goes into creating metadata, and talk a little about how it is created and shared. Learning Objectives Explain what metadata is Explain why metadata is important Identify and describe best practices related to metadata creation Describe some common...

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