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Alisia Revitt <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 10 Jan 2013 17:32:31 -0500
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Hi, to all RDA curious:

Although RDA seems confusing and looming on the horizon like a
thundercloud, there are MANY good sources of information online and in
print that explain RDA, its basis, its effects.  Below is a partial list of
online presentations you can watch, slides and exercise sheets to follow
through.  In addition to the free materials, there are also some books,
online one-time courses and a 4-week course in later in the spring.
 Finally, I've included one of the presenters' lists of more places to find
RDA instruction and documentation.  This is just a selection that I have
found--searching online for RDA, FRBR, webinars will find much more.

Looks like we'll be keeping busy!



RDA: Are We There Yet?
Session by Emily Nimsakont.
It's been a long time coming, but Resource Description and Access
(RDA), the new cataloging code, will be implemented by the Library of
Congress. Are you ready? In this session, Emily Nimsakont provides an
update on the latest RDA-related developments
and offer tips for RDA implementation.

Introducing RDA
Chris Oliver (McGill University)
recording at:
slides at:

HUGE list of free webinar recordings from ALA subcommittee ALCTS


AACR2 and RDA: Key Differences
Steven Arakawa (Yale)
RDA Program at NELA Annual 2012.  What are the major differences
between AACR2 and RDA? Join Steven Arakawa, Yale University’s
Librarian for Training and Documentation, Catalog and Metadata
Services, to address this question and learn more about RDA.


Planning and Preparing for RDA: Resource Description and Access eCourse
Magda El-Sherbini
Price: $175.00

Online courses from Lyrasis

** BOOKS: **

RDA: Strategies for Implementation
Every cataloger will want this volume close at hand as a comprehensive
roadmap to the changes already underway.
Price: $65.00

Introducing RDA: A Guide to the Basics
Resource Description and Access (RDA) is the new cataloguing standard
that will replace the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules (AACR). This
Special Report offers practical advice on how to make the transition.
Price: $45.00


Selected List of RDA Links and Resources
Chris Oliver

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