RDA for Copy Catalogers
This workshop will be a basic introduction to copy cataloging in RDA for monographs and serials. Since many libraries have already converted their cataloging to RDA, and the Library of Congress plans to fully convert by March 31, 2013, copy catalogers need to have a basic familiarity with the major differences between AACR2 and RDA. They must also be aware of local system issues RDA may have on their library’s catalog, and its impact on our users.
Specifically we will be covering
RDA history and background--understanding the FRBR model
RDA vocabulary--and the differences from AACR2
RDA core elements for monograph cataloging
RDA core elements for serials cataloging
A review of new RDA fields in MARC and issues associated with these fields and with local systems
How to establish local copy cataloging procedures for RDA cataloging
Roman Panchyshyn is a Catalog Librarian and Assistant Professor at Kent State University. Previously, he was a Member Services Coordinator at OHIONET. He holds a BA in Russian and East European History and a MLIS from McGill University, as well as a Graduate Diploma in Library Studies from Concordia University in Montreal.
Cataloging & Metadata
Who Should Attend:
Staff members with responsibilities in a copy cataloging workflow or those who would like to learn more.
Columbus, OH 43221
|OHIONET Premium Member Fee||$ 0.00|
|OHIONET Member Fee||$ 90.00|
|Non-Member Fee||$ 130.00|
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