Handout for The Evolution of Library Descriptive Practices: Bibliographic Control? Descriptive Enrichment? What’s in a name, anyways?
The Evolution of Library Descriptive Practices
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DCMI/RDA Task Group (RDA Vocabulary work)
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RDA‐L Discussion List
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