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Rda: Loss Of Gmd And Changes Regarding Type And Format, Robert Bothmann Nov 2015

Rda: Loss Of Gmd And Changes Regarding Type And Format, Robert Bothmann

Bobby Bothmann

The pending decision to move to RDA is still a few months away, but some libraries have already begun following RDA guidelines. AACR2’s general material designation (GMD) is not perpetuated in RDA guidelines. Instead, RDA records define the content of the expression, the medium of the manifestation, and the carrier of the manifestation. This session will discuss the changes that will occur with RDA vocabulary, the issues related to display of the vocabulary particularly as it relates to special formats, and the effect this change may have on the display in the Aleph OPAC and in MnPALS Plus.


Getting Around Rda, Sarah Quimby, Robert Bothmann Nov 2015

Getting Around Rda, Sarah Quimby, Robert Bothmann

Bobby Bothmann

No abstract provided.


Cataloging Moving Images With Rda, Robert Bothmann Nov 2015

Cataloging Moving Images With Rda, Robert Bothmann

Bobby Bothmann

This ninety-minute presentation will present the RDA: Resource Description and Access core elements and moving image-related elements necessary for most commercially available video recordings, including Blu-rays, DVDs, combo-packs, and streaming or digital video. The point of view will be from an original cataloging standpoint with examples following the MARC 21 Format for Bibliographic Data.


Rda: Doa Or A-Ok? A Town Hall Debate, Sarah Quimby, Stephen Hearn, Chris Goetz, Robert Bothmann Nov 2015

Rda: Doa Or A-Ok? A Town Hall Debate, Sarah Quimby, Stephen Hearn, Chris Goetz, Robert Bothmann

Bobby Bothmann

No abstract provided.


It's Not Armageddon: A Practical Guide To Using The New Cataloging Code, Mary Konkel, Adam Schiff, Robert Bothmann Nov 2015

It's Not Armageddon: A Practical Guide To Using The New Cataloging Code, Mary Konkel, Adam Schiff, Robert Bothmann

Bobby Bothmann

No abstract provided.


Cataloging Media With Rda Session, Robert Bothmann Nov 2015

Cataloging Media With Rda Session, Robert Bothmann

Bobby Bothmann

This program will emphasize the OCLC MARC elements of RDA for cataloging audio visual materials including music and spoken word CD’s, blu-rays, DVD’s, and console games. All the updates and changes in the past year will be included.


Rda Training Booklet -- Veve, Marielle Veve Mar 2014

Rda Training Booklet -- Veve, Marielle Veve

Marielle Veve

Practical booklet created to learn cataloging of print and e-books using RDA standards. Examples and guidelines are provided for each MARC field. In PdF format and contains a table of contents for easy navigation.

*Big file may take a while to download. 200 pages.

ARABIC version of this Toolkit: http://es.slideshare.net/Muawwad/ss-29973410

(translated by Muhammad A. Muawwad)


Ala Annual Presentation Rda Travelogue Resources June 30 2013, Margaret Beecher Maurer Jun 2013

Ala Annual Presentation Rda Travelogue Resources June 30 2013, Margaret Beecher Maurer

Margaret Beecher Maurer

No abstract provided.


Ala Annual Presentation Rda Travelogue Powerpoint June 30 2013, Margaret Beecher Maurer Jun 2013

Ala Annual Presentation Rda Travelogue Powerpoint June 30 2013, Margaret Beecher Maurer

Margaret Beecher Maurer

No abstract provided.


Preliminary Training For Rda: A Survey Of Cataloging Department Heads, Elyssa Sanner Aug 2012

Preliminary Training For Rda: A Survey Of Cataloging Department Heads, Elyssa Sanner

Elyssa M. Sanner

This study examined the preliminary training that has occurred and will occur in the future, as well as the perceptions of cataloging department heads toward RDA (Resource Description and Access) in American academic libraries. Previous research indicates that the successful adoption of new cataloging rules relies on the strength and elements included in the training offered to and required of individuals in the library cataloging community. This study found that many of the essential components for RDA training have been included in preliminary training. Now that a decision has been made by the Library of Congress, this study identified room …