RDA 201: RDA Gets Real
an ALCTS Preconference at the ALA Annual Conference
Thursday June 23, 8:30am–5pm and Friday June 24, 8:30am–4pm
Morial Convention Center, rooms 255–257
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Sponsored by Sky River.
How will cataloging change with RDA? Using the RDA Toolkit, this preconference will guide catalogers as they apply RDA to a variety of resources (print monographs and serials, integrating resources, electronic/digital formats, and general non-print formats). Hands-on sessions will address what is new, different, and how to deal with Media/Content/Carrier type. Strategies for communicating with IT departments and ILS vendors and how RDA, FRBR, and linked data models will move cataloging forward will be discussed.
- Robert Bothmann, Electronic Access/Catalog Librarian, Associate Professor, Library Services, Minnesota State University, Mankato
- Susan Johnson, Librarian, American College
- Judith A. Kuhagen, Senior Cataloging Policy Specialist, Policy and Standards Division, Library of Congress
- Kelley McGrath, Metadata Management Librarian, University of Oregon libraries
- Nannette Naught, VP of Strategy & Implementation, Information Management Team (IMT), Inc.
- Chris Oliver, Coordinator of Cataloguing and Authorities, McGill University Library
- Adam L. Schiff, Principal Cataloger, University of Washington Libraries
- Cheryl Boettcher Tarsala, Cataloging Educator and Author
- Susan Wynne, Assistant Librarian, Original Cataloger, University of Wyoming
Participants will need to bring a laptop computer with them to be used during the sessions.
Participants will need to review the following sources prior to attending the preconference.
Webinars/presentations on FRBR, FRAD, etc. and RDA. These topics will not be covered in the preconference. Good sources for these are:
- FRBR: Things You Should Know but Were Afraid to Ask. Speaker: Barbara Tillett. Recorded March 4, 2009. Available at: http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=4554
- Other Library of Congress webinars on FRBR and RDA from the "Digital Future and You" series: http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/results.php?mode=s&cat=45
Webinar on RDA Toolkit demo from ALA Publishing available at: http://www.rdatoolkit.org/training/guidedtour