Recommendations from the RDA Test: Where Do We Go From Here?
Review of the findings and recommendations concerning the RDA implementation presented in the Report and Recommendations of the U.S. RDA Test Coordinating Committee that highlights key findings and the basis for those findings. Discussion of the rationale behind the specific recommendations and timelines and strategies for individuals and institutions preparing for the RDA implementation.
An ALCTS webcast
Who Should Attend?
Anyone wanting to learn about RDA.
Barbara Bushman is the Assistant Head, Cataloging Section, National Library of Medicine. Prior to coming to NLM in 2006 she held a variety of positions at UCLA including Special Projects Cataloger at the UCLA Law Library; Assistant Head, Catalog & Bindery Division, UCLA Biomedical Library; and Sciences and Hebrew/Judaica Cataloger, UCLA Cataloging & Metadata Center. Ms. Bushman serves as one of the NLM's representatives on the U.S. RDA Test Coordinating Committee. In addition she is a member of the ALCTS CCS RDA Planning and Training Task Force and previously served as the PCC liaison to the ALCTS RDA Implementation Task Force. Ms. Bushman has previously presented on the U.S. RDA test for the Special Libraries Association, the American Library Association, and the Federal Library and Information Center Committee. . She received her MLIS from UCLA.
Regina Romano Reynolds is ISSN Coordinator at the Library of Congress and former head of the National Serials Data Program, now called the U.S. ISSN Center. She has been trying to tame various e-serials beasts since the late 1980’s when they first began to seek ISSN. She co-chairs an internal LC group coordinating the development of projects related to the recommendations of LC’s Working Group on the Future of Bibliographic Control and is a member of the U.S. National Libraries RDA Test Steering Committee. A frequent speaker at conferences and meetings held around the world, she is the incoming co-chair of the working group which will revise ISO 8:1977, the Presentation of Periodicals, and currently serves on NISO’s PIE-J Working Group, which is developing recommended practices for the presentation and identification of e-journals. Reynolds was the 1999 recipient of the Ulrich’s Serials Librarian Award and the 2004 winner of NASIG’s Marcia Tuttle International Grant. Reynolds has an A.M.L.S. (Beta Phi Mu) from the University of Michigan.