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Ew 336 338 fields I must say however that Oliver s not so subtle hints that MARC must die to truly realize the possibilities of RDA make me sad know MARC is An Format From encoding format from different time and for a different information environment but I find its uirky antiuatedness somehow comforting constant repetition of uirky antiuatedness somehow comforting Constant repetition of statements then a mere mention that there are core elements that must be included in an RDA record but no mention of what those elements should be Reads like a justification with not nearly enough practical information for the space used This book could be thought of as an executive summary of RDA and FRBR for librarians who have no idea what those acronyms mean If you ve already been introduced to these concepts you might find little to hold your interest here This is not an RDA reference book so one should not expect any detailed information This is a foundation on which to build your future studies of RDAFor the course SLIS 5210 Organization and Control of Information Resources I Chris Oliver has nicely done what the title suggests she has presented in this book a perfectly stellar introduction to the world of RDA the new cataloging standard Ms Oliver is the Coordinator of Cataloging at McGill University and was hired as Copy Editor in order to ameliorate the prose in the first five chapters of Resource Description Access RDA The construct of the book is a simple one starting with a definition of RDA moving on to a chronological Placing RDA in context by examining its connection with its predecessor AACR2 as well as looking at RDA's relationship to internationally accepted principles standards and models Detailing ho. Includes everything you need The what why how and whenIn depth yet easy to follow However repeats itself way too much This is a solid clear explanation of what RDA yet easy to follow However repeats itself way too much This is a solid clear explanation of what RDA why it matters and how it differs from previous content standards My main concern about it is that it was written before the implementation of RDA and some of the information is necessarily uncertain about what will be decided As implementation of RDA and some of the information is necessarily uncertain about what will be decided As book is primarily a broad look at RDA this is a minor issue Oliver does a very ood job of mak lis 655 this good job of mak LIS 655 This 72 pages of 117Chapters 1 5 Other book 257 pages of 580Chapters 1 3 7 8 12 14 16 Reuired readings 86 pages Class content 498 pages Course Total 913 pages Reading these books for work Two books down two to o So far everything has been over explanation and very few examples I suppose really what I need is access to the RDA Toolkit to see the differences between AACR2 and RDA rather than these booksI would have rated this particular book higher if it had included visual examples We re starting the process of slowly very slowly transitioning to RDA at my library I took a break from dissecting the rule book itself to read though Oliver s book it s a uick read It is of an introduction to the philosophy of and justification for RDA than an introduction to implementation It s perhaps much suited to a library student looking to understand FRBR and FRAD for that reason It did ive me a better sense for some of the little things though such as the reason for the This indispensable Special Report helps catalogers and other metadata users by Concisely explaining RDA and its expected benefits for users and catalogers presented through topics and uestions. Introducing Rda A Guide to the Basics

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Resentation of the development of FRBR RDA within the international community its foundation upon the principles of the entity relationship model known as FRBR its common bonds with and deviations from AACR2 foundation upon the principles of the entity relationship model known as FRBR its common bonds with and deviations from AACR2 finally the advantages of utilizing RDA The strength of this book lies in its clarity and succinctness particularly its section on FRBR although it does not surpass the comprehensibility of Maxwell s FRBR A Guide for the Perplexed Its Gone: The Disappearance of Claudia Lawrence and Her Father's Desperate Search for the Truth greatest achievement though is that the final chapter presents some of the persuasive rationales for switching to RDA from AACR2 it can be used by those in charge of technical services and cataloging departments to sway directors leery of adapting changes which reuire possible financially burdensome training of staff The only major flaws in the book are some redundancies 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 RDA in depth themselves or to those who will be training staff 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 Good albeit slightly outdated at this point introduction to RDA I was expecting practical lessons but maybe shouldnt haveiven the title Fine for what it is just not what I was looking for. W RDA positions us to take advantage of newly emerging database structures how RDA data enable improved resource discovery and how we can et metadata out of library silos and make it accessib. ,


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    [Introducing Rda A Guide to the Basics] E–book Ä Chris Oliver This is a solid clear explanation of what RDA is why it matters and how it differs from previous content standards My main concern about it is that it was written before the implementation of RDA and some of the information is necessarily uncertain about what will be decided As the book is primarily a broad look at RDA this is a minor issue Oliver does a very good job of making complex concepts understandabl

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    [Introducing Rda A Guide to the Basics] E–book Ä Chris Oliver read Introducing Rda A Guide to the Basics Constant repetition of theoretical statements then a mere mention that there are core elements that must be included in an RDA record but no mention of what those elements should be Reads like a justification with not nearly enough practical information for the space used

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    [Introducing Rda A Guide to the Basics] E–book Ä Chris Oliver Chris Oliver · 3 free download LIS 655 This book 72 pages of 117Chapters 1 5 Other book 257 pages of 580Chapters 1 3 7 8 12 14 16 Reuired readings 86 pages Class content 498 pages Course Total 913 pages

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