Let's Talk About RDA: Training for RDA - NLA/NEMA 2011
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Let's Talk About RDA: Training for RDA - NLA/NEMA 2011 Let's Talk About RDA: Training for RDA - NLA/NEMA 2011 Presentation Transcript

  • Emily Dust Nimsakont
    Cataloging Librarian
    Nebraska Library Commission
    Training for RDA
  • Training I’ve Done So Far
    May 2010 - 1 hour session - Cataloging with RDA: An Introduction
    December 2010 - 3 hour session - Introduction to RDA
    December 2010 - 1 hour session - FRBR: Cataloging’s New Frontier
    February 2011 - 1 hour presentation - RDA and Small Libraries - RDA @ Your Library online conference
  • How to Train for RDA
    Recognizing RDA records/Specific differences between RDA and AACR2
    Presentations by Adam Schiff, University of Washington
    New MARC fields
    View slide
  • How to Train for RDA
    Hands-on work with the RDA Toolkit
    30-day trial available
    View slide
  • How to Train for RDA
    FRBR
    OLAC moving image catalog
    AustLit
    Scherzo
    Open Library
    Non-MARC Metadata
    Linked Data/Semantic Web
  • Useful Resources
    Library of Congress resources
    Documentation from RDA test participants (University of Chicago, North Carolina State University, Cornell University)
    “RDA for Administrators” presentation, Christopher Cronin, University of Chicago
    ALCTS webinars
    Other resources on handout