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Cataloguing Rules!: The Road to RDA
(Toronto Association of Law Libraries, 2009-05)
Resource Description and Access (RDA) emerged out of a planned revision and updating of the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules (AACR2). This initiative hopes to transform cataloguing standards so they stay relevant with the ...
Visualizing RDA for Public Services
-Why do we need RDA? -Introduction to the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) -RDA and AACR2: some practical differences
Preparing for RDA at York University Libraries
The main focus of this presentation is how at York University Libraries we added the new MARC fields created for RDA into the SirsiDynix Symphony Integrated Library System. This presentation also included background ...
The Possibility of the Infinite Library: Exploring the Conceptual Boundaries of Works and Texts of Bibliographic Description
(Taylor & Francis, 2012-09-17)
The frictions present in the philosophical underpinnings of bibliographic control in libraries are discussed by examining the treatment of the concepts of works and texts in the literature of bibliographic control against ...
RDA: The Inside Story
RDA is the new content standard for Resource Description and Access which will be published in 2009. It is emerging from a major restructuring and re-evaluation of current cataloguing rules. RDA supersedes AACR2. It is a ...
RDA: Coming to a Library Near You
RDA (Resources Description and Access) is a new way to support resource discovery focusing on user tasks in the digital age. RDA, the new cataloguing guidelines have been developed, tested and are set to be implemented in ...