RDA in 10 Easy Steps
via RDA in 10 Easy Steps – YouTube.
Resource Description and Access (RDA) is the successor to the cataloging rules, AACR2. RDA completely revamps the structure of the cataloging instructions by closely following the entity-relationship model used to construct databases. However, as complex as these changes are, they can be reduced to ten easy steps. Join in on a walkthrough of the new structure. A demonstration of how a simple book can be cataloged with RDA helps catalogers understand the new structure and makes it easier to navigate RDA and find related instructions for other resources.
Presented on November 7, 2012 by Thomas Brenndorfer
Organization Code Sources
MARC Code List for Organizations.
Washington, D.C.: Network Development and MARC Standards Office, Library of Congress.
ISIL- und Sigelverzeichnis online.
Symbols and Interlibrary Loan Policies in Canada.
Ottawa, ON: Interlibrary Loan Division, Library and Archives Canada.
UK National Agency for MARC Organisation Codes.
Boston Spa, Wetherby: Bibliographic Standards, The British Library.