A comprehensive Metadata Standards Catalog “Work Package” is offered on the Research Data Alliance website, where a series of six work packages guide an individual on the various features of this tool.
An “Application Programming Interface” (API) is offered on the platform where this project is hosted. Moreover, there is a brief description on how to install the software, including additional information on the JSON Schema that the software was modelled after.
CEDAR has a comprehensive page dedicated to providing users with guidelines, workshops, and tools needed to use the platform. Including but not limited to: CEDAR Workbench Orientation, FAQ, Youtube Metadata Channel, Tips, A List of Relevant References, CEDAR Template Tools, Training Tutorials and more. All these resources are available on: https://more.metadatacenter.org/tools-training.
Training workshops were hosted at various venues across the United States in 2011, and then again in 2012. The scope of these workshops was to train participants in the application and use of the Data Curation Profile Toolkit.