This webinar is in Spanish. It provides an introduction to RDA, the new cataloging code, including its origins, principles, characteristics and structure. The theoretical framework of the new code, the FRBR model, will also be addressed. Moreover, the differences between the previous rules (AACR2) and RDA will be approached.
Who Should Attend?
Library Information Science teachers and students interested in the new cataloging standard; Catalogers facing challenges of RDA adoption, understanding and application.
Dr. Felipe Martínez Arellano, is a researcher at the Institute of Research on Library Science and Information, and Professor at the Graduate Program on Library and Information Studies at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. His research interests are information organization, cataloging, and metadata. He is a guest lecturer, international speaker, and author of diverse publications on these topics.
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