- 22nd Apr 2016
- 281mm x 217mm x 21mm
This concise guide to cataloguing with RDA: Resource Description and Access is essential for those seeking a simplified path to creating basic RDA records.
In this quick reference source, author Thomas Brenndorfer describes the key RDA concepts and vocabulary and distils RDA instructions, matching them to cataloguing practice in easy-to-follow languages. Fully up-to-date with the latest revisions to RDA, this guide makes an excellent introduction while also serving as a bridge to more complex cataloguing.
RDA Essentials is an ideal resource for:
- small libraries that require standard cataloguing
- LIS students who need an introduction to cataloguing
- professionals seeking a ready reference source to RDA
- experienced cataloguers needing a quick summary of RDA practice.
A handy access point for solo and part-time cataloguers, Brennndorfer's guide also supports training and classroom use in any size institution. It will be useful reading for cataloguers and metadata specialists, systems librarians, user services managers, electronic resources librarians, and digital library project managers and students on cataloguing, information management and digital library courses.
" ... as an easy-to-use reference for cataloguers already getting to grips with RDA, this is an excellent resource and a worthwhile investment.
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