RDA and Music Basics: Sound Recordings
Overview of the significant differences in cataloging sound recordings between AACR2 and RDA, addressing both descriptive elements and access points. Examples of RDA in MARC 21 Bibliographic and Authority records provided.
An ALCTS webcast
Who Should Attend
Attendees should have some experience cataloging sound recordings under AACR2 and want to learn more about how cataloging practices for these resources will change with RDA.
Kathy Glennan is the Head of Special Resources Cataloging at the University of Maryland and has more than 25 years experience cataloging scores and sound recordings. She currently chairs the Music Library Association's Bibliographic Control Committee and has been active in ALA's Committee on Cataloging: Description and Access, where she worked on development of RDA instructions in relation to music materials. She has given numerous presentations on RDA, FRBR, and MARC Formats issues. She holds an MLS from UCLA.
Date & Time
Available 24/7. Originally presented October 26, 2011
This session lasts about an hour.
Computer with Internet access (high-speed connection is best) and media player software. Headphones recommended.
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