RDA Worldwide

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Sunday, June 24, 2012 - 1:30pm to 3:30pm
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Presenters: 
Speaker: Ageo Garcia, Catalog Librarian for Latin American Materials, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library
Speaker: Chris Todd, Team Leader, Cataloging Team One, National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa
Speaker: Christine Frodl, Head of Cataloguing Standards, German National Library
Speaker: Kai Li, Librarian, Capital Library of China
Description: 

Resource Description and Access (RDA), the new guidelines for library cataloging and metadata creation, is intended for use in an international context. RDA is also very much a work in progress. To what extent has RDA succeeded in going beyond AACR2's Anglo-American context? How is implementation now proceeding in different world regions, and what are the potential impacts on developments in the United States? This panel discussion will present multiple perspectives on these unfolding questions.

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Session Materials: 
RDA_LatinAmerica_Slides.pdf - Uploaded by Alyssa Novak IL (Aug 6, 2012 - 2.03 MB
RDA_Germany_Slides.pdf - Uploaded by Alyssa Novak IL (Jun 26, 2012 - 401.51 KB
RDA_China_Slides.pdf - Uploaded by Alyssa Novak IL (Jun 22, 2012 - 680.54 KB
RDA_New_Zealand_Slides.pdf - Uploaded by Alyssa Novak IL (Jun 19, 2012 - 541.46 KB
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Feel free to download and print a copy of the presentation slides for note-taking during the Program. These slides are for the New Zealand portion of the Program, presented by Chris Todd.

Download a copy of the "RDA in China" slides from presenter Kai Li.

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Download a copy of the "RDA worldwide – the German perspective" slides from presenter Christine Frodl.

Download the slides for "RDA and Latin America: Transitions, Preparations, and Perpectives" by Ageo Garcia.