(EBOOK / KINDLE) Introducing Rda A Guide to the Basics author Chris Oliver
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to I was expecting practical lessons but maybe shouldnt have given the title Fine for what t RDA I expecting practical lessons but maybe shouldnt have given the title Fine for what t just not what I was looking for Important book on Resource Description and Access the new cataloging standard which will replace AACR2 Should be fascinating to anyone concerned with epistemology and data architecture Due summer of 2010 Chris Oliver has nicely done what the title suggests she has presented Bloody Winter in this book a perfectly stellarntroduction to the world of RDA the new cataloging standard Ms Oliver s the Coordinator of Cataloging at McGill University and was hired as Copy Editor n order to ameliorate the prose n the first five chapters of Resource Description Acces. This Indispensable Special Report Helps Catalogers This ndispensable Special Report helps catalogers other metadata users by Concisely explaining RDA and ts expected benefits for users and catalogers presented through topics and uestions. Services and cataloging departments to sway directors leery of
changes which possible financially burdensome training of staff The only major flaws n the book are some redundancies War Girls in the prose In addition I found the sections on the RDA Toolkit as a bit unclear before I actually had access to the toolkit myself Otherwise I heartily recommend this book to those about to learn RDAn depth themselves or to those who will be training staff This book could be thought of as an executive summary of RDA and FRBR for librarians who have no Hieroglyphen lesen. idea what those acronyms mean If you already beenntroduced to these concepts you might find littleadapting changes which
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